Norman Reef has crystal clear waters where you can see as far as 30 metres underwater!
Norman Reef is about 60 kilometres from Cairns and is right on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. This reef is also one of the furthest north outer reefs and is a popular location with super clear waters.
Go snorkelling and diving
Norman Reef is one of the most popular outer reefs for snorkelling and scuba diving! This reef has great shallow areas that are perfect for snorkelling. If you want to go scuba diving, Norman Reef has deeper water to swim through, caves to explore and even a small wreck.
Swim with the reef species
Whether you go snorkelling or diving, you will have a chance to spot all kinds of marine life that live in this reef. Norman Reef has tropical fish, the large humphead Maori wrasse, and even some white tip reef sharks!