The Great Barrier Reef
We're excited to have teamed up with Disney•Pixar to celebrate the Blu-RayTM and DVD release of Finding Dory, the latest film that welcomed everyone's favourite, and forgetful, blue tang Dory back to the big screen.
You can join the real life Dory and friends and explore the sights of the Great Barrier Reef. With warm waters, golden sands and over 1,500 types of fish, there's an underwater world of adventure and discovery waiting.
Arrive in Australia in style on the award-winning Qantas A380. In International Economy, relax and enjoy our on board service, personal on-demand entertainment system and delicious meals complemented by a range of beverage options throughout your flight.
Then fly from either Sydney or Melbourne to Cairns, Hamilton Island, Mackay, Proserpine, Townsville or Rockhampton where you can explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.
The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef - one of the world's unmissable treasures
Nothing compares to the first time you experience the Great Barrier Reef, with its azure waters, colourful coral, golden sands and variety of fish.
Stretching 2,300 kilometres down the Queensland coast, the reef is home to an incredible array of fish, coral and mollusc. Whether you're a keen diver or like to snorkel in the shallows, there are holidays and activities on the reef for every type of traveller.
Swim with dwarf minke whales on the ribbon reefs off Port Douglas, snorkel with turtles at a sand cay, dive among colourful coral gardens on the outer reef or camp on a deserted island to watch the sun rise over the Great Barrier Reef.
Join a live-aboard dive boat for days and nights of underwater exploration, keep your hair dry on a helmet dive or zoom along on an underwater scooter. Go under your own steam paddling to a nearby island from the beautiful Cape Tribulation beach or board a helicopter for a breathtaking aerial view of the reef.
Enjoy the seclusion of a luxurious island resort in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef where you can leisurely explore a colourful underwater world, dine with the Coral Sea lapping your toes, discover marine birdlife or gaze at the ocean while you laze in a spa.
Tropical North Queensland is the closest destination to the Great Barrier Reef. Travel to a pontoon on the outer edge of the reef, dive straight from the back of the boat or swim out from an island to see some of the 1,500 species of fish, 4,000 species of molluscs and 400 types of coral that live in this diverse ecosystem.
On your visit to the Great Barrier Reef, keep an eye out for these iconic marine creatures:
Disney•Pixar's Finding Dory
An unforgettable journey she probably won't remember
Disney•Pixar's Finding Dory follows the story of Dory, the blue tang with a bad memory, first introduced to us in the 2003 Academy Award-winning film Finding Nemo. Voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, Dory is joined by her friends Marlin and Nemo on a journey across the globe to find her parents.
Set six months after Finding Nemo, the action once again begins on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, in a maze of colourful corals teeming with fluorescent fish. Happily living on the reef with Nemo and Marlin, Dory suddenly remembers that she has a family out there who may be looking for her. She recruits Marlin and Nemo to help her find them, and so embarks on a life-changing adventure across the ocean.