QT Port Douglas
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... If this is any indication of how awesome the Great Ocean Road is going to be, I can’t wait to see it. Tomorrow, we fly to Ayers Rock for a couple of days. Our plane leaves at 6:15 in the morning which means we have to be up about 3a to have enough time to drive back to Cairns and grab a bite to eat. I’ve got a feeling these next few days are going to be rough with starting times between 3a-5a every day.
Mattie picked us up again this morning at 8AM for another day of diving. We headed out immediately once we boarded Bubbles, as we had already been briefed the day before. We were headed to Agincourt Reef, a good two-hour trip away. Our first dive site was "Advanced Bommie" Pete, our dive master for the day, explained that a bommie is an underwater mountain or pinnacle. I had some problems maintaining my depth when about halfway through I picked part of a stinging hydroid (orangy ...
... lagoon, watched some park cricket, and enjoyed the celebratory live music. With the sun beating down, it was just like a lazy summer's day back home, only a lot more humid!
As the day drew to a close and the last band played their encore, the crowds dispersed and filled up the waterfront bars and restaurants. It was a buzzy evening and we enjoyed the atmosphere during dinner. With ...
... reef on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef near the continental shelf. The water temperature here seemed even colder as we were essentially only a kilometre or less from very deep ocean water. We were greeted by a giant Napoleon Wrasse that was very friendly and probably weighed as much as one of us. Kristen and I got to hold a beautiful blue starfish that felt like suede. Also notable was seeing a poisonous sea anemone with ...
... focussed on getting to their adventure of choice and soon forgot that they looked like out of shape Navy Seals about to embark on a night mission.
Sher, as a snorkeler, selected fins, snorkel and her own prescription mask then headed to the snorkel platform. It was tight as space was tight with many other snorkelers competing for space on the ''launch'' area. Lovely launch stage with stairs and railings - no climbing a rope ladder as I've done ...