Green Island Jetty

Green Island Jetty As island visitors have done for nearly a century, stroll along the jetty to get a new viewpoint on Green Island. Snorkelling Under the Green Island Jetty, you will find an abundance of fish and the occasional green sea turtle.  This location is a beautiful place to snorkel with stunning marine life Fish Feeding from Green Island Jetty As the sunsets on Green Island around 5 pm,  the daily fish feeding takes place on Green Island.   Here you will see an abundance of tropical fish. Green Island Jetty Walk The Green Island Jetty is 250 metres long and a wonderful place to take in a sunset, snorkel or enjoy the views of the island. You can take stunning photos from the end of the Green Island Jetty. Enormous pelagic fish beneath the jetty can slide in and out of the shadows. Observe the colourful reef fish and...

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Green Island Eco Tour

Green Island: Eco Walk Self-Guided At first glance, Green Island seems like a tiny and insignificant blob in the middle of the Coral Sea — it has a circumference of just 1.6km and only 25 people.  Yet look a little deeper, and you'll realize that it's home to a thriving ecosystem. The island is the only coral cay (300) on the Great Barrier Reef with a rainforest.  It also boasts 100+ plant species, from coastal plants evolved to withstand the dry beach conditions to dense vines growing among the humidity and trees. Not to mention the clear waters and breathtaking reef surrounding the island.  No trip to the Cairns area or Great Barrier Reef is complete without stopping by to take it all in. This guide contains a breakdown of the plant and wildlife species typically found in Green Island and what you can expect to see on a walk...

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