Great Barrier Reef Tours to Fitzroy Island from Cairns, from only $84. Snorkeling off the beaches or explore the rainforest on a full day or half day cruise.
Full Day Great Barrier Reef Tours to Fitzroy Island
Fitzroy Island in the perfect Cairns tour for families, and the kids can learn to snorkel right off the beach. Rather than being confined to a boat, there is room to explore with rainforest walks, the ocean trampoline and beach hire options.
Departs Cairns at 9am aboard our fast catamaran for a 45 minute Great Barrier Reef Cruise, with your choice of return departure at 2:00pm or 4:00pm.
Fitzroy Island Tour - Full Day
Catamaran cruise only without lunch From $89
Activity Pass 1 - Fitzroy Full Day
Full Day including Snorkeling gear, cruise transfers, ocean trampoline, limited use of paddle boards. Lunch is optional From $120 with lunch or $105 no lunch
Full Day Fitzroy Island Cruise with Glass Bottom Boat Tour
Glass bottom boat including cruise transfers, ocean trampoline, limited use of paddle boards. Lunch is optional From $120 with lunch or $105 no lunch
Activity Pass 2 - Fitzroy Full Day
All inclusive rate to Fitzroy Island with lunch, snorkel, glass bottom boat, ocean trampoline & limited use of paddle boards saves $23 per adult
From $130 with lunch or $115 no lunch
Half Day Great Barrier Reef Tours to Fitzroy Island
More than just a Great Barrier Reef tour, Fitzroy island’s coral reefs and National Park have so much more for you to experience. Our short stay Fitzroy Island tour is a great budget choice for those with limited time, or who want to begin a tour from Cairns later in the day.
Departs Cairns at 11am aboard our fast catamaran for a 45 minute Great Barrier Reef Cruise, with 2 hours on the island before you return departure at 2:00pm.
Half Day Fitzroy Island Cruise
Cruise without lunch saving $51 per family Book From $84
Half Day Fitzroy Island Snorkeling
Snorkel gear PLUS cruise with optional picnic lunch saves up to $48 Book From $120 with lunch or $105 without lunch
Half Day Fitzroy Island with a Glass Bottom Boat Tour
Glassy tour PLUS cruise and lunch saves $48 Book From $120 with lunch or $105 without lunch
Cairns Whale Watching & Fitzroy Island
Witness the spectacular migration of the majestic Humpback Whales off the coast of Cairns and enjoy time on one of Australia’s top ten beaches, Nudey Beach, at the picturesque Fitzroy Island.
Lead by our qualified and passionate Marine Biologists, this informative half or full day tour provides captivating insights into whale anatomy, communication, diet, migratory patterns and population status..
Upto 40% Discount For Cairns Locals
Fitzroy Island offers locals discounts of up to 40% to Cairns locals or those who live in North Queensland with a postcode between 4810 – 4888.
Come and see why Fitzroy Island is the favourite Great Barrier Reef holiday destination for Cairns Locals.
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Fitzroy Island National Park
Unlike smaller coral cays or sandy islands on the Great Barrier Reef, Fitzroy was once part of mainland Australia. The island is largely untouched and protected as Fitzroy Island National Park, with walking tracks through the rainforest, heathland and open forest to Nudey Beach and the Summit.
Nudey Beach #2 in list of Australia’s Best Beaches 2017
Nudey Beach on Fitzroy Island is the #2 top-ranked spot on Brad Farmer’s list of Australia’s 101 Best Beaches for 2017.
Mr Farmer said Nudey Beach is “probably the loveliest island we have where a lush, protected rainforest meets a colourful reef – and it’s the Great Barrier Reef”.
The founder of Ocean Care Day and the Surfriders Foundation, Mr Farmer spent five months researching Australia’s 11,761 beaches to compile his list.
Fitzroy Island Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Over the last 6,000 years a fringing coral reef has formed around the island, and is home to numerous hard corals, soft corals and tropical fish species. These reefs are now protected as part as part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which stretches 2300km along the Queensland coastline.