The ex-HMAS BRISBANE lies within a Conservation Park and is the largest diveable wreck in Queensland. Scuba World is the only operator that comes back to the sheltered waters of Mooloolah river for a relaxing surface interval. The wreck was sunk in 2005 to create an artificial reef, there is a 300 meter exclusion zone around the wreck. You are likely to see schools of Yellow Tail Kingfish, Trevally, Jewfish, Bat Fish and Red emperor. You are also likely to see octopus, rays, lionfish, crayfish, groupers, anemones, and thousands of bait fish. The whole wreck is covered with over 300 species of hard and soft corals.
Mooloolaba Coral Reefs
Scuba World is proud to boast its magnificent Reef sites and show you around. Recent studies have proven what we’ve always known, Mooloolaba hosts some of the most healthy and beautiful coral reefs and we can take you there! We have some hidden treasures thanks to our unique 3 Dive Explore Days.
Dive the Mooloolaba Coral Reefs from $69
Flinders Reef is a small isolated reef near Moreton Island, 5 km north-west of Cape Moreton in South East Queensland. It has the highest number of coral species of any sub tropical reef system along Australia’s east coast. Flinders Reef is one of Queensland’s most popular dive sites. The reef is protected within the Moreton Bay Marine Park and is monitored by the Reef Check conservation program.
Dive Flinders Reef from $249