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Located in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island offers exclusive and pristine dive sites. The island's remote location means fewer crowds and untouched coral formations. Divers can explore a variety of underwater terrains, including coral gardens, drop-offs, and secluded coves. The island is also close to famous dive sites like the Cod Hole, known for its large and friendly potato cod. The combination of clear waters, abundant marine life, and the serene beauty of the island makes it a top destination for divers seeking both adventure and tranquility

When To Go Diving

The best time to visit Lizard Island for diving is during the Australian winter and spring, from June to November. During this period, the water is clearest and the weather is most stable. Water temperatures vary from about 22°C (72°F) in winter to 29°C (84°F) in summer

What to see

Lizard Island is surrounded by a diverse range of marine life. Divers can spot an array of tropical fish, including clownfish, angelfish, and groupers, as well as larger species like manta rays and sea turtles. The surrounding reefs are rich in various types of hard and soft corals, providing a colorful underwater landscape

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