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Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef. Situated within a highly protected ’Green Zone’ the island is a sanctuary for over 1,200 species of marine life and is known for its abundance of manta rays, turtles, amazing array of spectacular marine life and unspoilt coral reef.

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Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef. Situated within a highly protected ’Green Zone’ the island is a sanctuary for over 1,200 species of marine life and is known for its abundance of manta rays, turtles, amazing array of spectacular marine life and unspoilt coral reef.

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Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef. Situated within a highly protected ’Green Zone’ the island is a sanctuary for over 1,200 species of marine life and is known for its abundance of manta rays, turtles, amazing array of spectacular marine life and unspoilt coral reef.

BRONZE AWARD FOR ECOTOURISM

We are excited to announce our bronze placing in the Steve Irwin Award for Ecotourism at the 2018 Queensland Tourism Awards. We couldn’t have achieved this without our team and our loyal guests. Sustainability is at the core of our business and we will continue to strive for best practice in ecotourism in the future.

TURTLE TIME

Come and witness the magic of turtle season on Lady Elliot Island. Between November to March Green and Loggerhead turtles come ashore to lay their eggs. Approximately 8 weeks later between January to April turtle hatchlings emerge from their sand nest to begin their life long journey. Join our complimentary turtle talks/walks during your visit to learn more about these incredible creatures!

Media Release: Peter Gash to attend The GBR Special Screening with Sir David Attenborough

Our Managing Director Peter Gash is off to London next week for a special screening of Sir David Attenborough's landmark series 'The Great Barrier Reef'. Click here to read the media release.

Sir David Attenborough back at the Great Barrier Reef. Photo: Atlantic Productions

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