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This island has some of the best diving and snorkeling in Queensland.
Town of 1770 | Queensland, Lady Musgrave Island, Queensland 4677, Australia
+61 13 74 68
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Reviewed 16 July 2018

This is going to be a long one but bear with me... My original booking for this trip was sadly cancelled due to weather conditions but I managed to rebook for my last weekend in Australia - something I am very glad of now! This...More

Thank A333M
Reviewed 8 July 2018

At the start of the day the lady @ the booking table didn't have all her paperwork & had to return to the office to get it. Once on board the cruise boat we were headed to Lady Musgrave Island. There was no wind but...More

1  Thank Diane B
Reviewed 28 June 2018

I was almost leaving town when I saw an ad on the street about the island snorkelling tour. Went into the booking office to have a look on the deal but was not really into going out at all as just basically came back form...More

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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

Great excursion! The lagoon and the water are fabulous and you're absolutely sure to see turtles. We saw octopus, ray, a little shark and so many colorful fish. The crew is very qualified and friendly. One of the best snorkeling spot.

2  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 23 March 2018

I did a snorkel tour ... plenty to observe ... a pretty area, with turtles, and many small to medium size fishes.

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 21 December 2017

We visited this island on a day trip via boat, and spent most of our time on the boat or doing glass bottom boat tours. We wish we'd spent more time on the island itself as it is just beautiful, we could easily spend a...More

5  Thank lexikate90
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Enjoyed the whole experience, snorkeling, glass bottom boat, & brief Island tour. The water was absolutely clear could see all the fish activity. Have seen more colorful coral but hey the bragging rights to have snorkeled the Great Barrier Reef was worth the trip. Next...More

2  Thank Charlie H
Reviewed 14 May 2017

Only one draw back from this excursion and that's the long boat trip out to the Reef , its an amazing place to see , the island is lovely and the snorkelling around the reef quite breath taking , if you can do it don't...More

1  Thank steveblakesley
Reviewed 4 May 2017

This was a blissful experience slowly sailing out to the island on a 44' catamaran. We had dolphins and whales all around us at various times, the entry channel is very narrow and sometimes you have to wait your turn if a whale decides to...More

6  Thank Njcooper14
Reviewed 9 March 2017

This is an excellent trip for anyone of any age. Turtles, fish of every color and great coral. A great family event.

2  Thank bruceeverett
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18 May 2018|
Response from Chris L | Reviewed this property |
Hi ... apologies for delay ... I think Lady Musgrave Experience out of Bundaberg.
18 December 2017|
Response from Charlie H | Reviewed this property |
Seemed like perfect place to anchor
6 February 2017|
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Response from Ken53 |
I think there is a boat that offers tours, but make sure you check the cancellation policy if you make an advanced reservation. I hope you have better luck than we did. In 2017, Cyclone Debbie closed all the roads leading... More