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Half Day Low Isles Trips Inner Great Barrier Reef

Calypso's Half Day Low Isles Tour

Part of the Tropical Journey's Group
FREECALL:  1800 005 966

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- Suitable for all ages
- Glass bottom boats available
- Morning tour
   Boards 7.15am, departs 7.30am, returns 11.30am
- Afternoon tour
   Boards 1.00pm, departs 1.15pm, returns 5.15pm
- Children tickets $145


from $185pp Inc EMC charge

Reef Sprinter Fast & Fun Snorkelling Tours

Tel: +617 4099 6127

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- Speedboats = more fun + no seasickness!
- Option A- 2 1/4hr Low Isles Reef snorkel
- Option B- 3 1/2hr Low Isles access / Lagoon Snorkel
- Option C- 3 1/2hr Outer Reef Tour
- Up to six trips daily inc equipment
- Maximum of 14 passengers
- Glass bottom boat inc (Low Isles)

from $130 pp $110 kids


Sailaway Low Isles Cruises

Tel: (07) 4099 4200

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- Full day OR afternoon Low Isles tours
- 8.30am OR 1pm departures
- Sailing, reef and island experiences
- Family friendly OR adults only tour
- Unspoilt coral cay and heritage walk
- Video and more...


from $271 pp $189.50 p/child

Windswell Stand Up Paddling

Mob: 0427 498 042
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- Paddle spectacular Four Mile Beach
- Explore the Rainforest and Wet Tropics
- Low Isles Stand Up Paddle and Island Tour
- Experienced guides
- True value for money


from $50 pp




Welcome to the Great Barrier Reef

Half Day Trips to Low Isles on the Inner Great Barrier Reef

From the very first commercial tour offered from Port Douglas in the 1970's, Low isles has remained an icon island reef day trip in remote North Queensland.


The idyllic vegetated and cay and separate mangrove island make up the Low Isles group.


A recognised Green Turtle sanctuary, day visitors rarely leave without seeing and swimming with one of the reefs friendliest inhabitants.


The history of Low isles is as detailed as the hundreds of corals and fish species that call the isles home. Named by Captain James Cook in 1770, Low Isles still boasts its original lighthouse from 1878. 


Lighthouse keeper lived there until automated in 1993. Over 100 years the lighthouse has protected ships from the coral reefs.


Now a the major weather outpost for the region, Low Isles still maintains a full time Island Manager. Current projects include turtle research and the possible creation of a museum at the base of the lighthouse.

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