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Cruises to Creal Reef

Creal Reef (Photo: UWPhotog/Shutterstock)

About Creal Reef

Great Barrier Reef cruises sometimes feature a call at the little visited Creal Reef in the Whitsundays. It lies on the edge of the Continental Shelf and is one of the coral reefs that make up the GBR. Because Creal Reef is so rarely visited, it remains in excellent condition with an abundance of coral and shimmering tropical fish.

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Why go to Creal Reef?

Pros:

Explore Australia's Great Barrier Reef minus the crowds.

Cons:

There is no tourism infrastructure here -- just you and the ocean.

Bottom Line:

A great way to see the Great Barrier Reef in all its natural splendour.

Currency & Best Way to Get Money?

Australian dollar, but there's nowhere to spend or withdraw money here.

Language?

English is the official language of Australia.


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