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Dive site Osprey Reef is a large coral reef only reached on long liveaboard trips.
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Osprey Reef is the most northern coral reef, situated far out on the edges of the Queensland Plateau, oval in shape and 25km times 12km in size. It is located more than 100km offshore and can only be reached by crossing the rough open sea on long multiple day liveaboard trips. In the middle of Osprey Reef is a 30m deep water lagoon, where the boats can safely anchor.
Osprey Reef is constantly maintained by marine scientist and known for its abundant marine life. The fact that Osprey Reef is the only shallow part in miles and that shark feeds are done here for over 15 years makes this reef one of the best shark encounters in Australia. In less than a kilometer, depths have dropped to 1000 meters and more, perfect for scuba diving and creating stunning drift wall dives. A tour to this fabulous place can be booked throughout the year but June and July are considered high season since the already spectacular diving includes sights at many Minke Whales.
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Other- Cairns Dive Adventures, Level 1/55 Spence St, Cairns
Cairns Dive Adventures
Cairns Dive Adventures is the most comprehensive dive directory for scuba divers planning a trip to the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns Australia, we endevour to review each operator and provide an honest review on what you can expect.Cairns Dive Adventures is the most comprehensive dive directory for scuba divers planning a trip to the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns Australia, we endevour to review each operator and provide an honest review on what you can expect.
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