It is a 10-kilometer-long, 6,000-year-old sandy island with a seabird colony. It is not only a marine reserve, but also a protected and migratory wild base for seabirds and one of the most famous wildlife habitats in the southern hemisphere. It is surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef and magnificent corals and large sea creatures. The fish are abundant and the water is crystal clear. The protected reefs are always hidden from tropical fish and are ideal for snorkeling or deep diving to see coral and tropical fish. Clown fish play here, and when people come near them, they can be disturbed. Macrassa Island, Australia, is one of the largest and longest coral reefs in the world, and the northeastern coast of Australia is a wonder of the world. From the main gateway Cairns or Wysendi city, or from the Gold Coast, you can visit the Great Barrier Reef on Macrassa Island. You can take a cruise or a plane to see the essence of the Great Barrier Reef and overlook the different magnificent views of the Great Barrier Reef
We came to this archipelago because it was included in our itinerary, and suddenly it was overcast and worried about rain, but it cleared quickly, and the island was less known, so there were not many tourists.
Beautiful seascape, and countless rare birds.
The water is really very clear and the fish species in the water are also a lot of quantity. Beautiful!
But it is still a nice relaxing place. There are a lot of birds and there are many marine animals to see around. Many birds build nests and fly around. It was nice to see the wildlife that was protected.