5 Romantic Snorkeling Spots in Australia to Explore With Your Partner

Snorkeling is a great way to see a different side of our world, the side that is below the waterline in our oceans. The world contained below the waterline is magical, filled with many different types of fish and life forms. When you wear a mask below the water, you can see the world that exists beneath the waves and feel as though you are a part of that world, if only for a few hours. Snorkeling, unlike diving, is a low-cost way to explore local coastlines and enjoy the views with your partner, and it can allow the two of you to be close to one another during your experience. I have always been at home in the water, and it feels natural to be in the water with a partner too.

Is Australia Good for A Honeymoon?

Australia offers so many breathtakingly scenic destinations, many of those private and secluded. The seclusion of many of these locations invites romance, and that is what makes Australia the perfect location for an utterly unforgettable honeymoon. If you have been wondering where you should go, then look no further than these five romantic snorkeling spots located in beautiful Australia.

  1. Noosa Fairy Pools

Noosa is a seaside village located on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. There are so many amazing sights and experiences that newlyweds will certainly never forget. The fairy pools are natural rock pools which are located near the edge of the ocean and have a magical quality about them. The pools are lined with coral and contain water that is so clear you can see to the bottom. If you want to enjoy the pools along, try to arrive early in the morning.

2. Fairy Bower, Sydney

This incredible spot is located along a sandy beach that transforms into shell grit and then kelp patches as you move north along the shoreline. A wall of rocks is situated at the start, and once in the water, you will see a wealth of different types of fish, including cuttlefish, Maoris, seahorse, massive schools of yellowtail, and dusky whale sharks. The location makes this area ideal for night diving, which is a wonderfully romantic way to spend time with your new partner.

3. Orpheus Island

This island is only accessible via helicopter charter to cross the Coral Sea. This island is located 80 km north of Townsville and is completely secluded. Covered with a eucalypt forest, this island also features palm trees and an 11 km long beach where an exclusive lodge accommodates only 28 guests at any one time. Once there, you can enjoy snorkeling adventures, unimpeded by other guests or the public in general.

 4. Lady Elliot Island

This is an incredible coral cay located at the most southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. Here you will find a massive population of marine life from sharks to fish and enormous manta rays. It is almost guaranteed that each time you get into the water, you will contact giant sea turtles. You and your partner can enjoy the privacy of the location while taking in the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding area.

5. Lord Howe Island

This island is just a two-hour flight away from Brisbane or Sydney and is a World-Heritage site and the dream of every photographer. The beaches are breathtaking, the forests are incredible, and the reefs are colorful and inviting. The water is clear, and schools of butterflyfish can be found near a famous wreck known as the Favorite located in North Bay.

If you and your partner want to have a memorable honeymoon, snorkeling at any of these incredible locations in Australia is one of those things that you will never forget. Snorkeling is a low-cost activity that is intimate and helps you to see many incredible things that you might not otherwise see under the amazing oceans surrounding Australia.

Nikos Vasilellishttps://www.nereids.com.au/
is the Founder of Nereids Aquatic Coaching and has a passion and love for aquatic activities which is combined with his care for helping others. Nereids Aquatic Coaching company helps children and adults to overcome their fear of water by focusing on their individual strengths and helping them enjoy safely the aquatic environment.

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