Llewellyn Reef

Llewellyn Reef is a stunning coral reef system known for its pristine and relatively untouched coral formations, which are home to a diverse range of marine life. The reef features a combination of hard and soft corals, including vibrant coral gardens, coral bommies, and large coral structures.The reef supports a rich and abundant marine ecosystem, including a variety of tropical fish species, such as angelfish, butterflyfish, parrotfish, and surgeonfish. Divers exploring Llewellyn Reef may also encounter larger marine creatures like turtles, reef sharks, and rays, adding to the allure of the dive experience.

Llewellyn Reef presents a captivating opportunity for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts to discover the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Its unspoiled corals, diverse marine life, and breathtaking underwater landscapes make it a sought-after destination for those seeking to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the reef.


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.