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We came here as part of an organised tour where we went out on a completely see-through glass canoe called a Clearyak to view the marine life below. There was a lot of activity lots of people diving and snorkelling from a beautiful small sandy...More
One of my favourite places to go snorkelling. The marine life is amazing and to be able to swim and snorkel with the marine life is such a awesome experience. The only negative is that other visitors to the beach do not read or obey...More
Goat Island has loads of huge fish to see with a snorkel and mask (mostly snapper). The water is quite safe and there's usually loads of tourists there. There isn't much of a beach area, just a rocky platform but this is fine to sit...More
The fish are so big and plenty to see. Take a snorkel and mask, even in mid April the sea temperature is over 20 degrees celcius. We did an organised swim tour so we could get some history etc, but you can easily do without...More
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There is a glass bottom boat, from my knowledge this docks on the shore, there is no wheel chair access. As soon as you come off the road, you pretty much walking onto sand and a small stream going thru. There... More
There is a glass bottom boat, from my knowledge this docks on the shore, there is no wheel chair access. As soon as you come off the road, you pretty much walking onto sand and a small stream going thru. There are small grassy areas to sit but no shade and it can get quite hot in the sun.
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