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"The Moltke" is a wreck dive accessible from the shore on Magnetic Island. The old cargo Boat has been here for over 70 years.
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Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive is Townsville's longest established dive training and marine tourism operator specialising in providing snorkelling and diving trips and training of divers as part of a full dive service.
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Arcadia is the smallest of the four main bays around Magnetic Island. Arcadia surrounds two of the Island's prominent bays: Alma Bay and Geoffrey Bay.
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Endota Spa Day Spa/Resort Spa Magnetic Island is an all-Australian day spa. They have Endota spas in over 60 locations.
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Magnetic Island fishing just has to be seen to be believed. A catch is virtually guaranteed, and what a catch it can be; 22 pound Coral Trout and 44 pound Spanish Mackerel are among the trophies happy fishermen have taken home.
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Stretching more than 2,000 kilometres along the Queensland coastline and covering 35 million hectares, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef.
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Horseshoe Bay is the largest bay on Magnetic Island. Ideal for watersports, almost every watercraft imaginable is available for hire as well as being a departure point for sailing, cruising, fishing and kayak trips.
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Live music and evening entertainment is plentiful on Magnetic Island with terrific local talent ranging from rock to reggae.
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Magnetic Island is the island playground of Townsville featuring prominently in the profile of the city.
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Magnetic Island National Park presents a striking landscape of massive granite boulders, towering hoop pines, scenic sandy bays and fringing reefs.
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