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Osprey Reef
Cairns, Cairns Area

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07 4051 3588
info@tropicalaustralia.com.au

Description

Osprey Reef is one of the most spectacular dive sites in the world, located off Cairns in the Coral Sea. The North Horn site on the reef is a remote sea mount rising 1000 m from the ocean floor. There are spectacular wall drop-offs, amazing visibility and a popular shark-feeding location!!! The northern most point attracts many reef fish and many pelagic species including barracuda, dogtooth tuna and mackerel. White-tips and Grey Whalers cruise off the wall and Hammerheads and Oceanic Silver tips often come in from deep water to check out the action.

About the Dive Site

From 5m to 1000m
From 10m to 50+m

Dive Rating:

  • Advanced

Dive Type:

  • Reef
  • Wall

Property Details

Activities

  • Scuba-Diving
    Scuba-Diving

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Map of Osprey Reef
Coral Sea
Cairns
Queensland 4870 Australia

Contact Details

07 4051 3588

 

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