Guide to safe snorkelling on the Southern Great Barrier Reef
Written By: Sam Appleton
About the author:
Sam is a PADI Dive Instructor and Commercial Skipper based at Great Keppel Island on the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Sam has extensive experience working on the Great Barrier Reef, as well as in the emergency service industry.
Relaxing on the sand overlooking the pristine waters from Great Keppel Island is a truly magical sight. However, if you can swim and breathe, it’s time to discover firsthand our most unforgettable views…under the glassy surface.
Snorkelling is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef so grab yourself a face mask and snorkel and become one with nature as you experience one of the most tranquil and scenic activities on offer when you #visitcapricorn.
When it comes to exploring the depths of the Southern Great Barrier Reef, there are some things you should consider. Check out Sam’s tips below…