Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living entity and extends down the continents eastern coastline for miles and miles. The reef was formed as the ice ages melted away large polar caps and rose sea levels above what was once the daintree rainforest. The newly submerged former shoreline became the nutrient rich reef that we know today and you can still travel inland and up to the Daintree rainforest to see where the rainforest meets the reef.
Diving and snorkeling on the great barrier reef is unparalleled and simply leaves you breathless with the spectacular wonders and creatures held in these waters. You never know what wonders await you underwater! I was fortunate enough to meet these unforgettable creatures over my 9 dives. The weather and water were perfect and the sealife is spectacular just below the water!