Boult Reef

Boult Reef is a mesmerizing underwater world teeming with vibrant marine life and intricate coral formations and is home to a diverse array of marine species, making them a haven for underwater enthusiasts.

The coral reef encompass a variety of coral types, including hard corals such as brain corals, staghorn corals, and plate corals, as well as soft corals like sea fans and sea whips. These corals create a stunning tapestry of colors and textures, providing vital habitats and feeding grounds for numerous marine organisms.

When exploring a reef, one can expect to encounter a multitude of marine life. Schools of colorful tropical fish, including angelfish, butterflyfish, and parrotfish, navigate through the coral gardens, creating a vibrant spectacle. Curious sea turtles gracefully swim by, and rays glide over the sandy patches. Additionally, divers and snorkelers may be lucky enough to spot reef sharks patrolling the waters or encounter the gentle giants of the ocean, such as humpback whales during their migration season.


The Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang, Bailai and Taribelang Bunda peoples are the traditional custodians of the Sea Country around the reefs we visit. Evidence of Great Barrier Reef Sea Country connections dates to more than 60,000 years. When you visit the Southern Great Barrier Reef, consider that you’re travelling through Sea Country that has spiritual importance.