The best diving in the world can be found within the state's borders.
8 epic ways to experience the Great Barrier Reef
Why you need to dive this underwater shipwreck in Queensland
Where to experience the phenomenon that is coral spawning
Great Barrier Reef holiday ideas for your budding marine biologists
Snorkelling 101: A first-timer’s guide
6 islands with the best snorkelling straight from shore
Swimming with dwarf minke whales
Liveaboard diving adventure: A first timer’s guide to eat, sleep, dive and repeat
50 fun things to do this summer
Free ebook: Secret reef experiences in Townsville North Queensland
Scuba diving vs snorkelling, which one’s for you?
The Great Barrier Reef hat trick: 3 reef experiences in 3 locations in (just over) 3 days
Budget travel: How to do the Whitsundays for under $100 per day
Grind the rail(way)s: 5 days ‘train-ing’ to dive in Queensland
A day in the life of the Great Barrier Reef
11 best snorkelling sites in Queensland
Is this the world’s most exclusive wildlife encounter?
8 fishy facts you didn’t know about Nemo
Where to find Queensland’s Great Eight
Free ebook: In search of Queensland’s Great Eight marine life encounters
Where to get your PADI diving certification on the Great Barrier Reef
Kayaking the Whitsundays: A sunkissed 5-day adventure
Learn the lingo: Scuba slang and underwater terminology
Top scuba diving courses and tours from Townsville
What to expect: Scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef for the first time
The Great Barrier Reef safari you never knew existed
Best snorkelling spots in the Whitsundays
6 Great Barrier Reef scuba diving sites off Cairns
Dive sites of the Southern Great Barrier visited by David Attenborough
Which Great Barrier Reef tour is for you?
13 of the best shipwreck dives of all time
Swimming with an Aussie icon – the platypus
17 underwater photos that will make you want to be a mermaid
Life under the sea at Lady Elliot Island [gallery]
Australia’s own Titanic: 10 things you never knew about the S.S. Yongala
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There's more than one way to experience the world's largest natural wonder and not all of them involve a wetsuit.
Flipper up for Australia’s hottest new dive site!
Cue a warm water bath and the soft light of a waning moon for this romantic event.
For those who want to get up close and oh-so-personal with this World Heritage-listed wonder.
Mask? Check! Fins? Check! Now let's go snorkelling.
"They're swimming a metre away from you, checking you out..."
Does eye-to-eye encounters with whales, shark feeds and drift diving with pelagics sound like your idea of a holiday? Then this guide is for you.
It's time to slip, slop, slap and get back into those togs.