It's easy to see why it's one of the seven wonders of the natural world
Stretching from Cape York Peninsula at the northern tip of Queensland towards the city of Bundaberg in the south, the spectacular Great Barrier Reef has something for everyone. Whether you're a nature lover, underwater explorer or looking for a white, sandy beach to relax on, there are holidays and activitiesOpens external site to suit every taste and budget.
See the reef in 3D right here
Put the video below into full screen mode, turn up the sound and explore Hamilton Island like you were actually there. You'll start in the cockpit of our Qantas 737 as you land on this tropical paradise, and explore your way around the island. Move your mouse or finger (if on mobile) around the screen to get a full 360 degree view.
Fly with us to a range of destinations
We help make it easy to visit the world's largest living natural structure, with flights to the reef's gateway cities and the largest resort island.
Cairns and Port Douglas, QLD
The ultimate locations for some all-important “you time”, look no further than Cairns and Port Douglas. Cairns is a haven for explorers of the water who are looking to experience the world-famous Great Barrier Reef, as well as for travellers wishing to see the surrounding Daintree Rainforest. This, coupled with the luxury foodie scene of Port Douglas, and you’ve got a recipe for perfection.
Hamilton and Hayman Island, QLD
With some of Australia’s most pristine white beaches, coral and marine life, Hamilton and Hayman Islands are the home of luxury in Australia. Don’t miss the incredible Whitehaven Beach, one of the country’s most famous stretches of sand, and enjoy the silence that comes with a much-welcome no car rule.
Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island, QLD
Welcome to the Capricorn Coast, home of Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and northern Queensland's unspoiled coastlines.