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3 Day/2 Night Liveaboard with Advanced OpenWater Course - Great Barrier Reef - Cairns

PRO DIVE Cairns Outer Reef Cruise 3 Day / 2 Night LiveAboard
with Advanced OpenWater Course
Departs at 7am most days and includes 11 Dives


About Trip
About Scubapro
Departs Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday No. of Divers 32
Duration 3 Days / 2 Nights Cabin Types 14 Twin berth - 2 Double Berth
No. Dives 11 Dives including training dives Ensuites Share Bathrooms
Check in 6.15am Cairns Nitrox Available
Disembark 4.30pm Carins Star Rating 3 Star
Min Cert OpenWater Diver Diving Experience Diving is suitable for all level of divers


Day 1 7.00am departure – Light breakfast while cruising to the outer reef - Dive 1 Orientation Dive, Dives 2-4 Training Dives
Day 2 Full day at Sea 2 x Training Dives advanced course, 2 x Pleasure Dives
Day 3 3 Pleasure Dives and out of the water by 12.30pm. Cruise back to Cairns disembark 4.30pm

About the Cruise

Your Great Barrier Reef adventure will begin with an early morning transfer from your accommodation to the boat. You are on your first dive in just under 3hrs. There are 16 dives sites to dive over 4 different reefs, all exclusive to Pro Dive. Scubapro will move between dive sites during your stay on the reef and you will do as many as 11 dives during this trip. Before each dive you will be given a thorough dive briefing and although we do not offer in water guided dives we have professional dive supervisors providing deck watch at all times.

Our vessels are 25 metres (80 feet) in length, centrally air-conditioned, light and airy. There are 2 large decks, one for scuba diving and snorkel gear and one strictly for sun tanning and relaxing. These vessels are the only purpose built outer reef dive liveaboards operating in the area. There are a total of 16 Cabins which sleep a maximum of two per cabin and a bathroom for every two cabins. Dinner, the menu changes each trip, however it will be wholesome, hot and of course lots of it. Dessert is served after the night dive. Please advise if you are a vegetarian and we will do our best to make sure we cater for you. Single travellers are accommodated in the twin berth cabins with another diver. 

About the Advanced OpenWater Course

Unlike the Beginners OpenWater Course, the Advanced Course is all practical training with no formal classroom sessions. When you check in at Pro Dive Cairns, you will be issued with your PADI Advanced Course Manual.  You will need to read specific chapters and complete the Knowledge Review Quizzes at the end of each one. The course is held in conjunction with Pro Dive Cairns'  3 Day /  2 Night liveaboard cruise on MV Scubapro consisting of five training dives and up to six pleasure dives including two night dives. The training dives are spread over the trip allowing you to have a relaxing time onboard. Training consists of 3 core dives which are Underwater Navigation, Deep Dive and Night Dive plus 2 electives. You will be trained to dive to a depth of 30 meters. Elective Options include Underwater Naturalist, UnderWater Photography, Search and Recovery, Boat Diving. You have the option of including the PADI Enriched Air course when you do our Advanced Open Water course. The Enriched Air Course starts with theory and then you complete 2 of your dives on Nitrox.



  • PADI Advanced Open Water certification
  • All Training Material required to complete Advanced course**
  • Accommodation transfers from Cairns City and Northern Beaches only
  • 2 nights accommodation on board vessel (all twin cabins)
  • All meals whilst on board
  • Bed linen (no bath towels)
  • Essential dive equipment hire, including dive computer and 5mm short arm/leg wetsuit
  • Prescription masks (if required)
  • Dive insurance - for dive related injuries and evacuation only
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Up to 11 dives, including 2 night dives

** Students who already are Adventure Diver certified and upgrading to the Advanced Open water certification are required to bring their own PADI Advanced Openwater Manual. An additional charge will apply if you do not bring your manual.

  • Flights to and from Cairns
  • Accomodation in Cairns
  • Environmental Management Charge, Port and administration fees, and fuel levy -  $90 per person and payable on check in
  • Underwater Canon digital camera hire
  • Nitrox air fills
  • Cost of Dive Medical (if required)
  • Trip cancellation or interruption Insurance
  • Deck and bath towels
  • Personal toiletries



Departs:   Cairns 6:15am day 1
Returns:   Cairns 4:30pm day 3

Planning your travel arrangements
You will need to be in Cairns the night before departure.

Check-in and Hotel Transfers
Email up to 48 hours prior to departure to advise your accommodation, we will then organise a transfer for you.
Check-in time is between 4:30pm and 6:30pm at PRO DIVE's retail store on the corner of Grafton and Shields street. If you are not able to make the check in that day, you will be checked in first thing in the morning 6:15am.
Check-in formality - you will be sized for the hire gear you will use for the trip.

Fit to Dive
Some medical conditions may prevent you from diving. You will be required to obtain a dive medical certificate if you answer “yes” to any of the questions on the Continuing Education student diver medical declaration. We recommend you complete a dive medical (if required) before you arrive in Cairns.
Web address for Doctors registered to do Dive Medicals Australia Wide-

Web address for Cairns 24hr Medical Center - Can provide Dive Medicals until 8pm -

Dive Certification
Don’t forget to bring your Dive certification (physical or electronic copy), which must be presented at check-in.

Day 1: Diving The Outer Great Barrier Reef

5:45am - Complimentary hotel transfer - available from Cairns City & Northern Beaches accommodation
6:15am - Check in at Pro Dive retail shop - corner Shields & Grafton Streets
7:00am - Depart Cairns for 3 days & 2 nights of fantastic diving/snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. A light breakfast is served onboard
11:30am - Your first pleasure dive is before lunch. A great opportunity for you to acclimatise to diving conditions, fine tune or refresh your skills, if it has been some time since your last dive.
12:45pm - Lunch is served - hearty soup with an array of fresh salads, cold meats & bread rolls
2:30pm - Your second dive - head off & discover more underwater delights. Once you have completed your dive the vessel moves on to the next site.
4:30pm - After an afternoon of snorkelling and relaxing its time for your first Training Dive- Navigation. Getting back to the boat after a fantastic dive can now be made easy. Your instructor will brief you on underwater exercises using both compass and natural references. These skills are essential components to competant underwater navigation.
6:00pm - Dinner - the menu changes each trip however it will be wholesome, hot & of course lots of it!
7:30pm - Your second Training Dive - Here you will be introduced to night diving on the Great Barrier Reef. With your instructor, you will complete a simple navigation exercise before being given a guided tour. During your night dive you can expect to find sleeping turtles, parrot fish and a variety of other marine life only encountered at night.
8:30pm - Dessert is served!

Day 2: Experience More Fantastic Diving On The Outer Great Barrier Reef

7:00am - The vessel moves for an early morning dive. This will be your Third Training Dive - Deep Dive. During this dive we will give you the experience to safely conduct dives beyond your 18 metre depth limit as an open water diver. Under the close supervision of your dive Instructor, you will be taken down to 30 Metres, where you will be tested for signs of nitrogen narcosis, shown the effects of increased pressure and colour absorption at depth. All 3 Core Dives are now complete
8:00am - Enjoy a hearty breakfast of cereal, fresh fruit, bacon and eggs as well as toast & spreads
10:30am - After breakfast the vessel moves on for the second dive of the day. This is the first of your five remaing dives to complete the last 2 dives of your Advanced training dives, all designed to introduce you to other interesting areas of diving which you may wish to learn more about.

Choose from the following elective dives to complete your course

Underwater Naturalist: To learn more about the Great Barrier Reef and its ECO system this dive is an absolute must. We will teach you how to identify the main families of fish from Damselfish to Trigger fish you will also be taught how to identify the different corals.
Underwater Photography: If you want to take home some lasting memories this elective dive is ideal. On your Underwater Photography dive you will be taught pre and post dive camera care as well as how to get the best results from your underwater camera. . If you do not have your own camera you can hire a digital underwater camera at a cost of AUD$45 per dive.
Search and Recovery: If you have ever lost anything while you have been diving or treasure hunting appeals to you then this option will be very useful for you. During this dive you will learn skills not only how to conduct searches but also how to retrieve submerged objects from the ocean floor. We will teach you how to swim various search patterns using your compass or a simple length of rope. You will also be shown how to correctly secure objects to a lift bag and bring them back to the surface.
Boat Diving: Many divers learn to dive and make dozens of dives before they ever set foot on a dive boat; others learn to dive from one type of boat, but have little experience diving from others. If you fit in either group, the Boat Diving elective will speed your transition to diving from boats or boats you're not familiar with.

12:00pm - Lunch on the second day is hot pasta with a variety of fresh salads
3:00pm - After lunch & a snorkel its time for your third dive
6:00pm - A hot dinner is served before your second night dive
7:30pm - Night dive!
8:30pm - Dessert is served!

Day 3: Morning Dives And Return To Cairns

6:30am - Your first dive of the day
7:30am - A hot breakfast accompanied with fresh fruit salad, cereals and toast
9:00am - After breakfast, the vessel makes its last site of the trip, where you will do your second dive of the day
11:00am - Your last dive! When you surface freshly made sandwiches are served as the vessel heads home
4:00pm - Complimentary accommodation transfers - Cairns city & Northern Beaches
7:30pm - Join fellow passengers & crew at a local restaurant for a farewell dinner if you wish

Please note, the above itinerary is a guide only, and the order of sites may change. The captain will always adapt the itinerary to the prevailing weather, tides and currents. Meals may vary slightly depending on availability of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Please advise if you are a vegetarian and we will do our best to make sure we cater for you.

Flying after Diving
We recommend you give yourself a 24 hour surface interval after your last dive before flying.

Reef Taxes and Levies 
There is an additional fee of AU$85 per person, which includes an Environmental Management Charge, as well as a Port Departure Tax and administration costs. This is payable direct at the end of the trip.

Luggage restrictions
We request that you only bring a small bag on board. You can store additional luggage at the retail shop for the duration of the trip (free of charge).

What to bring
Click here for a PDF of what to pack for the trip

Cancellation Policy
Pro Dive Cairns guarantee: the trip amount is fully refundable up until 48 hours prior to trip departure. There is no refund for any reason after this time. If you plan to book through a travel agent, you will be subject to their cancellation policies (please check their cancellation policies).

Alcohol Policy
No alcohol is served on this trip. You are welcome to BYO (no bottles please but wine is fine). Alcohol can only be consumed in the evening and Pro Dive Cairns encourages responsible drinking.

Dive Site Guide


You will be required to obtain a dive medical certificate if you answer “yes” to any of the questions on the Entry Level Student Diver Medical Declaration. This must be valid within 90 days of commencing the course and must be done before you start with us.

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I hire a camera when diving with PRO DIVE Cairns?

There are no camera hire available onboard. However you can hire a camera from Calypso Productions in Cairns

What Brand of hire gear do you have onboard?
  • Technisub stratus full foot fins
  • Tusa Liberator Masks
  • Aqualung Wave BCDs
  • Aqualung Calypso regs with compass and Suunto Zoop computers
  • 5mm Neptune ¾ leg, long arm wetsuits
  • 3mm Neptune/Aqualung hoods (seasonal)
  • dive light: Aqualung lumen HD or Princeton Tec Torrent LED

Accurate as if 6 September 2018


Can I get any type of insurance for dive trips?

We recommend you contact DAN, the Diver's Alert Network, which has several programs available for divers, including medical insurance. Their Travel Assist program even covers emergency medical, travel and personal assistance for non-diving as well as diving needs. Click here to see all DAN insurance.

Marine animals

Are there sharks on the Great Barrier Reef?

Yes, there are sharks in every ocean. A variety of sharks inhabit the Great Barrier Reef. What we most commonly encounter are smaller species which pose no threat to divers or snorkellers. The shark that Australia is infamous for, the Great White Shark, does not exist in Far North Queensland.

I have heard about the stinging jellyfish. Can I still go diving?

Stingers, also known as box jellyfish, are coastal dwellers and are never seen on the reef. They breed in the estuaries and live their life on the shoreline, therefore do not pose a threat to divers on the reef. The jellyfish season is from November to April. Swimming enclosures are provided at local beaches for people to swim in.


What do I bring on the boat?

You will need to take along a towel, preferably 2. We suggest taking 2 towels along - 1 for when you get out of the water and 1 for showering at night.
Certification card & log book or other proof of experience.
Comfortable, casual clothing for 3 days.
Warm clothes for the evening and pyjamas.
Toiletries i.e. toothbrush, soap, sunscreen etc.
Please do not bring sleeping bags, bulky luggage, large amounts of money as the account you incur on the boat will be paid direct to the Pro Dive retail shop at the end of the trip.

What is Reef Tax?
An additional fee of $85 per person is payable direct to PRO DIVE Cairns. This fee includes $16.50 Government Environmental Management Charge as well as a Port Departure Tax and administration and Fuel levy.
What is the minimum age to go out on the boat?

The minimum age that PRO DIVE Cairns takes is 7 years. All Children under the age of 15 must be supervised by a partent/guardian at all times on the boat. There are no child minding services available

Can I bring alcohol onboard?

Yes, you are allowed to bring alcohol on board, but in moderation as we only have limited space on all of our boats. Please note once any alcohol has been consumed, you are not allowed to go into the water again until the following day. Pro Dive Cairns encourages responsible drinking.

If a friend / partner is a certified diver or non diver, can they come on the same trip with me while Im on the course?
Yes - your friend / partner will be buddied up with another certified diver onboard while you complete your 4 training dives. After that you will have the opportunity to complete 5 pleasure dives together.
There is plenty of time throughout the whole trip to snorkel and socialise with a non diver if you are traveling with someone who doesnt dive/snorkel.
Can I fly my drone while onboard?

Your can use a Drone while on the 3 day trip with permission of the skipper.

Can you smoke on the boat?

Yiu can smoke on the top deck, usually at towards to end of the boat but it depends on the winds.

Can you pick me up from my accommodation?
Yes PRO DIVE Cairns can provide complimentary transfers from your Cairns & Northern Beaches accommodation, as far as Palm Cove.
Please Note;
Port Douglas & Kuranda transfers are not available.
Please be aware we don't pick up from Residential houses also.


What is the best time of year to dive in Tropical North Queensland

The warm waters of Tropical North Queensland are ideal for year round diving.
Water temperature can vary from 22' to 28' Celsius (75' to 85'F).

Summer (Dec-Feb)
Overall great marine life activity with plenty to see
Visibility - Excellent
Water temperature 29?C (85?F)
Generally calm sea conditions
Low to moderate rain - generally at night

Autumn (Mar-May)
Overall great marine life activity with plenty to see
Visibility - Good
Water temperature 25-27?C (80?F)
Calm to moderate sea conditions
Potential moderate rain

Winter (Jun-Aug)
Minke Whales & Humpback Whales
Visibility - Good
Water temperature 22-24?C (70?F)
Moderate sea conditions
Low rainfall

Spring (Sep-Nov)
Humpback Whales & Coral Spawning (Nov)
Visibility - Excellent
Water temperature 25-27?C (80?F)
Generally calm sea conditions
Low rain fall

What if I am travelling alone? Who will I dive with?

We will arrange a dive buddy for you. Before every dive, the dive supervisor conducts a detailed site briefing.


I have a seafood and peanut allegies, can you cater for me?

We can cater for people with Peanut and Seafood allegies.No prepared meals include nuts and one dish uses a sauce with seafood ingridents, but an alternative sauce is provided. Please ensure on check to let the staff know of any allegies.

Dive Training

How many people will be in my class?

Under RTSA standards, the student to instructor ratio never exceeds 8:1, but Pro Dive usually achieves 6:1 or better.

I've lost my certification card or travelling and left my card at home?

Lost your card and need a replacement or need immediate verification to be able to dive or book onto a specific dive course, this information should assist you.

Click here to learn more about Card Replacement or Vertification



What depths will I be diving to?

The Great Barrier Reef is not a deep dive destination. Depths in our dive sites range from 10-25 metres (30-80 feet), with the best diving generally occurring between 10 and 15 metres (30-50 feet). This means there are some amazing sites that stay shallow enough for all certified divers to enjoy, regardless of how advanced your diving certifications may be.


Diving with Diabetes

Please note the following restrictions for divers with diabetes at Pro Dive Cairns. Diabetic divers must have an up to date dive medical from a doctor stating that they are fit to dive with their medical condition. Following guidelines set out by the South Pacific Underwater Medical Society (SPUMS), diabetic divers are limited to 2 dives per day and must use a minimum surface interval of 2 hours between dives.

For more information please see the Forms for Diabetics on our website:

After reviewing these documents please click the link below, complete and sign the document and bring a printed copy with you for your trip with us.

lease note the following restrictions for divers with diabetes at Pro Dive Cairns. Diabetic divers must have an up to date dive medical from a doctor stating that they are fit to dive with their medical condition. Following guidelines set out by the South Pacific Underwater Medical Society (SPUMS), diabetic divers are limited to 2 dives per day and must use a minimum surface interval of 2 hours between dives.

For more information please see the Forms for Diabetics on our website:

After reviewing these documents please click the link below, complete and sign the document and bring a printed copy with you for your trip with us.


Dietary Requirements
We do our best to cater for dietary requirements, but are operating with limited facilities available. We try and provide as much variety as possible within the confines of what we have onboard

During the trip, we serve buffet style meals with plenty of fresh fruit and salads. There is gluten free bread and pasta available, as well as soy milk. The cook will be happy to speak with you once onboard about your diet to accommodate you as best as possible. 

If you are vegan or gluten free we recommend bringing your own snacks which don't need to be refrigerated as refrigerator space is at a premium on the boat.


Note all prices are Per Person.

Twin (2) Share


$1205.00 AUD



Request Double Cabin (2 Bookings Required)
$0.00 AUD

Requires a booking for 2 people and subject to availability.

Nitrox Fills 11 Dives
$110.00 AUD

Meeting Point

01 SELF DRIVE - NO PICKUP/DROPOFF - Make own way to/from Pro Dive Cairns Retail Store at Cnr Grafton & Shields St @ 06:20
181 THE ESPLANADE (181 Esplanade) @ 06:10
201 LAKE ST (201 Lake Street) @ 06:10
A1 INN THE CITY (141 Lake Street - PICK UP FROM NOVOTEL OASIS) @ 06:10
ACACIA COURT (Pick Up Lake St Entrance) (223/227 Esplanade) @ 06:10
ADOBE MOTEL (191 Sheridan Street) @ 06:10
AGINCOURT BEACHFRONT APARTMENTS (69-73 Arlington Esplanade Clifton Beach) @ 05:50
ALASSIO ON THE BEACH (139 Williams Esplanade Palm Cove) @ 05:45
ALL ROUND MOTEL - INN THE PINK (263 Sheridan Street) @ 06:10
AMAROO AT TRINITY *- P/Up Cnr Moore & Trinity @ 05:50
AQUARIUS APARTMENTS (107 Esplanade) @ 06:15
ARGOSY ON THE BEACH (119 Arlington Esplanade Clifton Beach) @ 05:50
ASPECT CENTRAL MOTEL (209 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
ASYLUM CAIRNS BACKPACKERS (149 Grafton Street) @ 06:10
AUSSIE WOLF (29 Maranoa St) @ 06:15
AVIS CAR RENTAL (135 Lake Street) @ 06:10
BALACLAVA HOTEL (423 Mulgrave Road) @ 06:00
BAY VILLAGE (Cnr Lake & Gatton Streets) @ 06:10
BEL AIR BY THE SEA HOSTEL (155-157 Esplanade) @ 06:15
BELLA AQUA (123 Williams Esplanade Palm Cove) @ 05:45
BELLEVUE AT TRINITY* (P/Up Cnr Moore & Trinity) @ 05:50
BELLVIEW (85-87 Esplanade) @ 06:15
BETTA AIRPORT PARKING (397 Lake St, Cairns North) @ 06:00
BILLABONG BED & BREAKFAST (30 Caribbean Street Holloways Beach) @ 06:00
BLUE LAGOON RESORT (22/26 Trinity Beach Road) @ 05:50
BLUEWATER BAR & GRILL (7 Harbour Drive Trinity Park) @ 05:55
BOHEMIA RESORT (231 McLeod Street) @ 06:00
BOUNCE APTS (formerly Northern Greenhouse 117 Grafton Street) @ 06:15
BP SERVICE STATION CLIFTON BEACH (1802 Captain Cook Highway) @ 05:50
BREAKFREE ROYAL HARBOUR (Level 1, 60 Abbott St) @ 06:15
BUNGALOW HOTEL (200 Aumuller St.) @ 06:00
CAIRNS BEACH RESORT (129-135 Oleander Street Holloways Beach) @ 06:00
CAIRNS CITY BACKPACKERS (274 Draper Street) @ 06:15
CAIRNS CITY MOTEL (169 Lake St.) Pu/ Cascade Gardens @ 06:10
CAIRNS CITY PALMS MOTEL (199-205 Sheridan Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS CITY SHERIDAN (157 Sheridan Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS COCONUT HOLIDAY RESORT (23-51 Anderson Road) @ 06:00
CAIRNS COLONIAL CLUB (18-26 Cannon Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS GATEWAY RESORT (1-21 Anderson Road) @ 06:00
CAIRNS GIRL'S HOSTEL (147 Lake Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS HARBOUR LIGHTS (1 Marlin Parade) @ 06:15
CAIRNS HARBOUR LIGHTS (1 Marlin Parade) @ 06:15
CAIRNS HOLIDAY LODGE (259 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS HOLIDAY PARK (12-30 Little Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS MOTOR INN (187 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS NEW CHALON (702 Bruce Highway) @ 06:00
CAIRNS ONE (12 Gregory Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS PLAZA HOTEL (145 Esplanade) @ 06:10
CAIRNS RAINBOW INN (179 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS REEF APARTMENTS (670-678 Bruce Highway) @ 06:00
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (17 Scott Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (18 Lumley Street) @ 06:15
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (300 Draper Street) @ 06:05
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (323 Draper Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (351 Draper Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (8 Loeven Street) @ 06:15
CAIRNS SHAREHOUSE (80 Martyn Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS SHERIDAN (295 Sheridan Street) @ 06:10
CAIRNS STUDENT LODGE - Pick-up at Entrance Flags (10-24 Faculty Close) @ 06:00
CAIRNS SUNLAND LEISURE PARK (49-61 Pease Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS VACATION VILLAS (8 Pease Street) @ 06:00
CAIRNS VILLA & LEISURE PARK (28 Pease Street) @ 06:00
CANNON PARK MOTEL (574 Bruce Highway) @ 06:00
CARAVELLA 149 (149 Esplanade) @ 06:10
CARAVELLA CENTRAL (formerly Corona, 72 Grafton Street) @ 06:15
CASTAWAYS BACKPACKERS (207 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
CASTAWAY'S TRINITY BEACH (63/71-73 Moore Street) @ 05:50
CASTLE HOLIDAY FLATS (209 Lake Street) @ 06:10
CENTREPOINT APARTMENTS (141-143 Abbott Street) @ 06:15
CITY PLAZA CAIRNS (37-39 Digger Street) @ 06:10
CITY TERRACES (63-65 McLeod Street) @ 06:10
CLARENDON ON SPENCE (79 Spence Street) @ 06:15
CLIFTON PALMS (35 Upolu Esplanade Clifton Beach) @ 05:50
CLIFTON SANDS HOLIDAY APARTMENTS (81-87 Guide Street Clifton Beach) @ 05:50
CLIFTON VILLAGE BUS STOP (P/Up Endeavour Street) @ 05:50
CNR Anderson & Trinity St (roundabouts @ Trinity Beach) @ 05:50
CNR Moore & Trinity St Bus Stop @ 05:50
COCO'S HOLIDAY APARTMENTS (1/59 Moore Street Trinity Beach) @ 05:50
COMFORT INN & SUITES TRINITY BEACH CLUB (19-23 Trinity Beach Road) @ 05:50
COMFORT INN DISCOVERY CAIRNS (183-185 Lake Street) @ 06:10
COMPASS MOTEL (232 Mulgrave Road) @ 06:00
CONCORD HOLIDAY UNITS (183-185 Sheridan Street) @ 06:00
COOLWATERS HOLIDAY PARK (2-14 Shales Street) @ 05:50
CORAL CAY VILLAS (267 Lake Street) @ 06:10
CORAL HORIZONS BEACHFRONT APARTMENTS (137 Williams Esplanade Palm Cove) @ 05:50
CORAL REEF APARTMENTS (192 Mann Street) @ 06:00
CORAL SANDS BEACHFRONT RESORT (Trinity Beach Road) @ 05:50
CORAL TOWERS (255 Esplanade) @ 06:10
CORAL TREE INN (162-172 Grafton Street) @ 06:10

*All Prices are Per Person and Prices may vary depending on Start Dates and options.

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