Green Island Discovery tour
Green Island Discovery tour enjoy a tropical island getaway.
Start with the Green Island ferry, a 45-minute boat cruise. Then enjoy the pristine white sandy beach and a refreshing swim in the sparkling blue waters.
Green Island is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. This island is 12 hectares with surrounding coral reefs and a rainforest centre.
Things to do and see on Green Island
- Scuba dive
- Helmet dive
- Helicopter flights
While on the island, visit the Jetty for excellent snorkelling and fish watching.
There is a lifeguard patrolled beach and many private beach areas if you want some solitude.
Children will enjoy building sandcastles and ice cream during their visit to Green Island.
Enjoy a variety of optional activities.
During your visit, you may scuba dive, snorkel and even walk underwater with Seawalker.
Next, sign up for parasailing. Then a scenic helicopter flight for a birds-eye view of the island and Great Barrier Reef.
Then visit the Marineland Melanesia Crocodile Habitat and see the crocodile show.
While you are on Green Island, there is a souvenir shop, a cafe and Emerald’s restaurant.
Next, see our Green Island and Cairns Zoom package and add more fun to your holiday.
If you would like to stay longer, see our Green Island accommodation.
Green Island ferry to and from the island.
Up to 7 hours on Green Island
Tea and coffee served until departure from Cairns
Great Adventures beach bag
Self-Guided Eco Island Walk
Snorkel equipment hire
Glass Bottom Boat coral reef viewing tour
Visitor facilities include an Island swimming pool exclusive for Great Adventures guests.
– Introductory scuba diving
– Certified Scuba Diving (subject to availability on the day)
– Snorkel boat trips
– Seawalker Helmet Diving
– Beach Hire: Canoeing, windsurfing and beach volleyball
– Scenic helicopter flights
– Marineland Melanesia and crocodile show.
Green Island is a stunning 6000-year-old coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. This is a beautiful tropical island with pristine white sand and a rainforest.
What to bring
- Swimwear and towel
- Sunglasses and a hat
- Lycra (stinger) suit if you have one (available for hire)
- Beach towel and reef-friendly sunscreen
- Comfortable shoes
- Spending money on drinks, souvenirs and optional activities
How to get there
First, make your way to the Reef Fleet Terminal (1 Spence Street, Cairns).
Next check-in with the reservations staff at the Great Adventures desk.
Check-in Time: 1 hour before your departure time.
Our friendly staff will issue you with your boarding pass and direct you to the Green Island Ferry.
Next, please sit back and relax as the Green Island boat makes its way to Green Island.
Important Information for Scuba Diving and Seawalker
Our mission is to provide our passengers with the best Great Barrier Reef experience.
Queensland has strict scuba diving rules and a very safe scuba diving record.
We are regulated by the Queensland Government Code of Practice and comply with all regulations.
We recommend that all clients purchase travel insurance.
Complete our dive medical questionnaire to avoid disappointment on your day of travel. Some medical conditions, age, and medications may prevent you from scuba diving.
We are happy to help you with any questions. Please contact our office on 07 4037 2700 or email us at [email protected]
Alternatively, you may like to consult your Doctor for a Dive Medical using the Australian Standard Forms ‘AS.4005.1.
flying After Scuba Diving
For a single, no decompression scuba dive, do not fly or go to altitude for at least 18 hours after a scuba diving.