Fly to Lady Elliot Island from Hervey Bay, explore the coral cay, take a glass-bottomed boat tour and snorkel to see beautiful marine life and enjoy a buffet spread.
- Departs Daily from Hervey Bay
- Duration Full Day
- Group Size 13
- VehicleFixed Wing Plane
- Mobile ticketing accepted
- No credit card fees
- 7 days a week support
- Return Scenic Flights from Hervey Bay (approx 40 mins)
- Welcome Drink / Island Orientation Tour
- National Park Fees
- Buffet Lunch (Hot & Cold Buffet)
- Guided Reef Walk at Low Tide
- Fish Feeding
- Snorkel equipment including mask, snorkel & fins
- Snorkeling Lesson in the Resort Pool
- Combined Glass Bottom Boat and Guided Snorkel Tour
- Towels, sunscreen, snorkel equipment and reef walking shoes provided
- Use of day guest facilities
This full-day trip allows you to experience the wonders of the heritage Great Barrier Reef from above and below with a scenic flight to Lady Elliot Island, the opportunity to snorkel, a guided tour around the island and a Buffet Lunch.
- Return flight to Lady Elliot Island from Hervey Bay
- Glass-bottomed boat and snorkel tour
- Explore Lady Elliot Island, a pristine coral cay
- Enjoy guided activities
- Dine on a Buffet Lunch
Embark on a flight to Lady Elliot Island which promises spectacular views of the Great Barrier Reef. At the island, meet your friendly, knowledgeable guides and set off to explore; keep your eye out for dense mangrove pockets, beautiful nesting birds and the century-old active lighthouse.
Board a glass-bottomed boat to get acquainted with the rich variety of life underwater, which includes turtles, manta rays, fish and speckled carpet sharks. Get closer to the marine life by donning snorkel gear and immersing yourself in the warm, welcoming tropical waters.
Back on the island, enjoy a leisurely Buffet Lunch at the beachfront restaurant. In the afternoon, join your fellow explorers for some organised activities, spend some more time Snorkelling or simply settle down to relax on the soft sands.
The below itinerary can change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.