Other Things to Do When At The Great Barrier Reef



Reef Walking


Many reefs located south of The Great Barrier Reef are exposed during the period when the tide is at its lowest level. This provides visitors with a lifetime opportunity for walking along the sandy tracks between live corals on the reef top. If a specialist or a naturalist is guiding you, you can learn a lot about the world of marine life.


Wildlife Habitat


The Great Barrier Reef is not only about the marine life, corals and reefs but also about the surrounding cities and areas as well. They offer some extremely unique and stunning wildlife. With regard to this, you should never forget to visit the Wildlife Habitat previously known as Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary.


Although the entire Australia is famous for its unique wildlife, it is totally another experience to spend some time with the birds and other animals present in this Habitat. The park in fact encompasses more than 180 species of tropical native wildlife animals including kangaroos, koalas, parrots, cassowaries and of course crocodiles. This world-class wetland park spreads over the area of 8 acres and is equipped with everything in order to attract the tourists’ attention.


The Conway National Park


Once you are in the area of The Great Barrier Reef, you must visit the Conway National Park. It is the massive area of 54000 acres consisting of rocky cliffs, woodlands, mangroves and of course the lowland tropical rainforests. The park is actually the protection site of extremely rare and endangered Proserpine rock-wallaby and other endangered species.


Similarly, you can come across the Australian bush turkeys, emerald doves, orange footed scrub fowls and the abundance of sulphur-crested cockatoos. The marine life, mystic rain forests and mangrove jungles are extremely beautiful in their own right and you will probably never see such unique and naturally preserved space in any other part of the world.


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