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Southern Great Barrier Reef Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information

Southern Great Barrier Reef

The Southern Great Barrier Reef is your first jumping off point travelling north to see one of the wonders of the natural world. Featuring the coral isles of Lady Musgrave, Lady Elliot, Fairfax, Hoskins and the coral reefs of Fitzroy, Boult, Llewelyn - day tours, resort stays and wilderness camping and multi day scuba diving tours are available. The Southern Great Barrier reef is renowned world wide for scuba diving and it's pristine, unspoilt beauty. Only six operators access this region of the reef, an area of over 150000 square kilometres. Manta Rays, turtles and migrating Humpback Whales are an icon of this area, as is the fantastic year round visibility. Bundaberg and the Town of 1770 are your two gateways to visit the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Cruises depart Bundaberg to Lady Musgrave Island and flights depart to Lady Elliot Island and also to other cays and reefs on a day cruise. From the Town of 1770, cruises depart to Lady Musgrave Island and Fitzroy Reef. All experience levels are catered for - from children and first time snorkellers, to professional divers. There's also the wonder of life on a coral cay - for birdwatchers, nature lovers and even geologists - you don't even have to get wet!

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Southern Great Barrier Reef Map - Legend
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Southern Great Barrier Reef: Where To Go / Sightseeing

The Old Station

The Creed Family operate a typical Australian beef cattle operation on 26000 acres stocked with a herd of red brahmans. The family diversified into tourism in 1998 and today cater for coach group tours, functions and weddings.

"The Old Station" offers a multi-purpose venue adjacent to the 2000 metre airstrip overlooking the picturesque setting of Raglan Creek. The complex accommodates 72 guests and is suitable for all types of functions.

"Langmorn Station" homestead was built in 1873 and is a heritage listed homestead. The original shingled roof , now covered with iron, is still visible along the verandah. Coach group tours are welcomed for a property/homestead tour and morning/afternoon tea visits.

Langmorn Road,
"The Old Station"
Raglan, QLD, 4697

Located 21.6K from Southern Great Barrier Reef