Sea Turtle Snorkel Tours Byron Bay
Snorkel Byron Bay’s Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. Julian Rocks is one of the few snorkel sites where you can swim with tropical species found on the Great Barrier Reef as well animals from Australia’s deep Southern Ocean.
Here the reserve is home to three different species of sea turtle, an assortment of rays including mantas, hard and soft corals, friendly wobbegong sharks and over four hundred different species of fish. All of this is only a five-minute boat ride from Byron Bay.
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Snorkel Trips $69
($59 for children ages between 5 and 15) includes wetsuit, snorkel equipment and supervision. Duration approximately 60 minutes
Check In Times
8:00am | 11.00am | 2.00pm (all dates, except specific summer times below)
8.00am | 9.30am | 11.00am | 12.30pm (between the 27th December 2016 and the 29th January 2017)
If diving is not your thing then join one of our daily snorkelling trips to Julian Rocks. You will be amazed by the diversity and colour found in the reserve’s clear shallow waters.
A snorkel trip to Julian Rocks Marine Reserve includes the boat ride, equipment hire (mask, snorkel, fins and wetsuit) and a free snorkel lesson (if required).
Whilst snorkelling you are supervised by qualified dive staff who will ensure you get the most from your trip to Julian Rocks Marine Reserve.
On your return to the dive shop you can have a hot shower before our dive crew help you identify some of the creatures you saw.
Julian Rocks Marine Reserve is one dive site you don’t want to miss.
Please note that all snorkel participants must be able to swim (minimum age of 5 years).
Please bring swimmers and a towel, we will provide small lockers for your valuables and larger storage cupboards for your bags.