Fitzroy Reef

Fitzroy Reef is one of the largest and most pristine reefs within the Great Barrier Reef characterized by its pristine white sandy beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and vibrant coral formations.

The reef is home to an extensive array of hard and soft corals, including intricate coral gardens, bommies, and pinnacles, providing a visually striking underwater experience.

Divers exploring Fitzroy Reef can encounter a diverse range of marine life, such as colorful reef fish, including angelfish, butterflyfish, and damselfish, as well as larger species like turtles, reef sharks,and rays.

The clear waters around Fitzroy Reef offer excellent visibility, allowing divers and snorkelers to appreciate the remarkable marine ecosystem and its inhabitants.

Whether you’re a diving enthusiast, snorkeler, or nature lover, Fitzroy Reef offers a unique opportunity to explore the wonders of the underwater world and soak in the natural splendor of the Great Barrier



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.