Lamont Reef

Lamont Reef is an enchanting underwater realm brimming with an abundance of marine life and adorned with intricate coral formations, creating an irresistible allure for underwater enthusiasts.

The reef encompasses a rich diversity of coral types, showcasing magnificent hard corals like brain corals, elkhorn corals, and boulder corals. Soft corals, such as colorful sea fans and delicate sea pens,add a touch of elegance to the underwater landscape. Together, these corals form a splendid mosaic of colors and patterns, providing crucial habitats and nourishment for a myriad of marine organisms.

Venturing into Lamont Reef, you’ll find yourself amidst a bustling community of marine creatures. Schools of dazzling reef fish, including wrasses, and anthias, dart among the corals, painting the waters with a vibrant tapestry of colors. Graceful sea turtles gracefully glide by, while majestic manta rays gracefully soar through the currents.


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.