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Diving in Green Island
When to go to Green Island
Although it is possible to dive at Green Island year-round, the best conditions are from August to December. During this season, the sea temperature averages 27C/81F, while the air temperature is 22-30C/72-86F. The monsoon season is January to March, but it does not bring too much rain. There is a high chance to spot whales and dolphins from June to August, while coral spawning usually takes place in October and November. What to see Some of the species that can be seen at Green Island are different reef sharks, sea turtles, barracudas, coral trout, huge rays, and giant clams. The smaller inhabitants include fusiliers, rabbitfish, angelfish, sweetlips, and anemonefish.
Scuba diving in Green Island
Green Island is a tropical island located within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which features a lush rainforest and abundant plants and bird species. In addition, it is a destination for snorkeling and scuba diving for divers of all experience levels. The coral formations, canyons, small caves, swim-throughs, overhangs, and unique sea life of this wonder of the world do not leave anyone indifferent. The average depth of the dive sites here is 14-20m/46-66ft, while the visibility ranges from 5-20m/16-66ft. The currents vary from mild to moderate. Most famous dive sites The most famous dive sites at Green Island are Three Sisters, with swim-throughs and deep coral formations, the New York, known for shallow canyons, and Drift Dive, which is between New York and Deep Mooring.