Best Snorkeling Spots in Australia
When it comes to the best snorkeling sites in Australia, everyone immediately thinks about snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands or snorkeling Cairns, Green Island and Julian Rocks. However, we want to share with you the secret snorkeling locations that provide some of the best snorkeling experiences in Australia. Australia is home to some of the most amazing locations for marine animal spotting in the world and also some of the best shipwreck snorkeling spots ever seen.
The Top 10 Snorkeling Destinations in Australia
Heron Island, Queensland
Julian Rocks Marine Reserve, New South Wales
Ninepin Point Marine Nature Reserve, Tasmania
Moreton Island Tangalooma Wrecks, Queensland
Jervis Bay, New South Wales
Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
Lady Elliot Island, Queensland
Rottnest Island, Western Australia
Green Island, Queensland
Lord Howe Island, New South Wales
How to Snorkel for Beginners
If you have ever wanted to get into snorkeling and don’t know where to start this is the site for you. We will share with you snorkeling tips and techniques, what snorkeling gear you need and the best snorkeling destinations in Australia. We will let you know where the best snorkeling schools and snorkeling tours are located for you to learn how to snorkel dive. We will provide some great beginner and advanced snorkeling tips and how to snorkel videos along the way.
Snorkeling for Non Swimmers
If you are like me and are snorkeling for the first time as a non swimmer and concerned that snorkeling is dangerous. Do not fear, my initiation into snorkeling for the first time was as a non swimmer. Fortunately, the guys at Ocean Rafting were exceptional at supporting snorkelers of all levels. Did you know one of the best things for non swimmers snorkeling for the first time is to use a foam noodle to help stay afloat. From the initial instruction on how to wear a snorkel mask to the very helpful tip of using vaseline to help the mask seal for men with facial hair.