Yongala Day Trip - Certified Diver
- Varighed: 9 Timer (Ca.)
- Sted: Townsville, Queensland
- Produkt kode: YONCert
WE ARE OPEN AND RUN TRIPS AGAIN WITH LIMITED NUMBERS TO ASSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING.
WE WILL BE TESTING THE TEMPERATURE OF CREW AND PASSENGERS BEFORE TRAVELLING. FAILURE TO PARTICIPATE TO TEMPERATURE TESTING WILL FORFEIT THE RIGHT TO TRAVEL. IF A FAILED TEMPERATURE READING IS TAKEN AN OFFER TO TRAVEL A LATER DATE WILL BE PROVIDED.
PLEASE CHECK OUR TEMPORARILY CHANGED CANCELLATION POLICY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN OUR T&C AT THE END OF THE BOOKING PROCESS!!
Want to dive one of the Top 5 Wreck Dives in the world?
Then let us introduce you to the S.S. Yongala Wreck! Situated in the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, it is the only large reef structure in the region, drawing a huge variety of marine life earning infamy as Australia’s BEST dive site. Everything on this wreck is big – Big Fish, Big Schools, BIG ADRENALIN!!
The 110m S.S. Yongala sank during a cyclone on March 23rd 1911, with the loss of all 122 people aboard. It was not until 1958 that the wreck was first dived and due to its remote location it has remained mostly untouched. The wreck begins 15m below the surface and extends to 29m. Protected under the Historic Shipwreck Act (1976), the artifacts, marine life and variety of corals that cover the wreck are second to none, Red Bull names it the best wreck for sea life.
Often seen are Turtles, Sea Snakes, Giant Trevally, Queensland Gropers, Eagle Rays, Manta Rays, Sharks, thousands of Tropical fish and in the cooler months, even Humpback Whales. Diving the Yongala is a bucket list trip no scuba diver should miss!
The opportunity to site whales on their annual journey to warmer waters on our Great Barrier Reef tour during whale season. The humpback whales enjoy putting on a show for customers with tail slapping, pectoral fin waves and sometimes - full breaching!! WOW!
You can visit the Yongala on a Day Trip or a Liveaboard, your choice!