Scuba Dive Flinders Reef, Moreton Bay

Flinders Reef, in the Moreton Bay Marine Park has the highest number of coral species of any sub-tropical reef anywhere along Australia’s east coast.

Over 175 tropical and sub-tropical fish species have been identified along the reef. There are more species and varieties of corals in this area than any other single reef on the Great Barrier Reef!

Depth is 5 – 18m (up to 30m visibility) and perfect for anyone all divers Open Water and up.

It’s an fun day exploring the local marine life off Brisbane. Perfect for all divers Open Water and up.

Cost of the Day trip is $155 which includes double dive, lunch and second airfill.

Please note that you do need to bring a tank and weights if possible. Only one tank is needed as the boat has a compressor on board to fill your tank after your first dive. Please let us know in the comments if you require tank and weights as these are available for hire on the day. 

Supercat has a licensed bar on board for after the dives. They don’t have Credit Card or EFTPOS facilities on board, so you will need to bring cash if you would like to buy a drink.

Once RSVP’d, please click on the ScubaConnect link below and follow the instructions for payment using either PayPal or Credit Card. Please contact Bruce or Hilton if you would prefer to arrange Bank Transfer.
https://scubaconnect.rezdy.com/42030/flinders-reef-moreton-bay-day-trip

Hire gear is available on the trip, please let us know in the comments if you require anything.

Please call or email me if you have any questions.

Hilton

Phone:  0416 203 793
Email: [email protected]

Scuba Dive Flinders Reef, Moreton Bay

Sunday, Apr 5, 2015, 7:00 AM

Nautilus Scuba Supercat
158 Griffith Road Scarborough, AU

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Flinders Reef, in the Moreton Bay Marine Park has the highest number of coral species of any sub-tropical reef anywhere along Australia’s east coast.Over 175 tropical and sub-tropical fish species have been identified along the reef. There are more species and varieties of corals in this area than any other single reef on the Great Barrier Reef!D…

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