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Eye on the Reef – Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Eye on the Reef

The Eye on the Reef program enables guests to monitor, assess and contribute to the Great Barrier Reef’s long-term protection.  By collecting valuable information about reef health, marine animals and incidents guests will be informed on how the reef is managed.

Explore Whitsundays is proud to provide the opportunity for our guests to participate in conducting Eye on the Reef surveys, onboard Southern Cross Langford Reef Day Sail (on selected days).

Our experienced guides will train guests on how to conduct Eye on the Reef surveys.  The guests will also receive a post-trip report with photos. Guests will also have the option to continue to receive further updates as trips progress.

Anyone with an interest in hands-on experience and who want to participate in the understanding of the reef, please contact us today!

Southern Cross

Using the power of wind allows your trip to be more environmentally friendly. Southern Cross carries small numbers with large deck space to ensure you have plenty of room. The big deck cushions offer extra comfort. The shaded canopy is great for those wanting a break from the sun. Get involved, take the helm, hoist the sails of one of Australia’s most famous racing yachts.

Southern Cross

Locations

Langford Reef and Black Island are two of the most beautiful locations in the Whitsundays. This is why we choose to adopt these locations as our survey sites.

Nestled between Hayman Island and Hook Island these two tropical wonderlands offer a great day trip for adventurous guests.

Take advantage of the full range of activities offered – including paddleboards, sailing, swimming, snorkelling, or enjoy a short stroll up to Langford Lookout.

Be as active as you like, or take time to relax and enjoy the area’s natural beauty.

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