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An iconic blue water experience, this world first buoyant reef caters for a range of diver capabilities. There are three moorings for permitted commercial dive tour operators.
The operators offer a range of tours from open water divers who can take the plunge to 18 metres to advanced divers who can explore 30 metres to the bottom where the big fish of the ocean dwell.
Gold Coast Dive Adventures is a leading offshore dive company and a premier provider of scuba and freediving adventures - claiming a 100 per cent safety record since inception. The team runs dive adventures seven days a week, aimed at all levels of certified divers. Weekly adventures take you from North Stradbroke Island to 9 Mile Reef and everywhere in between, including GCDA's spectacular shark diving experiences which run through the winter months. There is no better team to introduce you to the unique and extraordinary world's first buoyant Wonder Reef.
Queensland Scuba Diving Company is a 5 star PADI dive school and has been one of the Gold Coast’s leading scuba diving operator for over 25 years. They specialise in beginner scuba diving tours with no experience necessary and PADI certifications from complete novice through to PADI instructors. Tours to Wonder Reef are a dedicated offer for experienced qualified divers while the Wavebreak Island tour is more suited to beginners.
With one public mooring available via booking, independent divers can take the plunge at their own pace. Allow between 30 to 60 minutes to explore this world first buoyant reef.
Independent divers must dive with a buddy and be certified to experience this underwater adventure. By booking the public mooring, divers are obtaining a permit to enter the public dive precinct. Dive in now.
Independent divers must be certified.
Diving buddies are mandatory.
Bring your own vessel and dive gear.
An observer must always remain on the vessel.
Non-divers (observers) are free of charge.
Please be aware the public mooring is located 50 metres from the reef.
Maximum of 10 divers at any one time on the public mooring.
Scuba diving can be inherently dangerous. Accidents can and do happen, which may result in serious bodily injury, death and or property damage. Prior to undertaking any scuba diving you should ensure you are aware of all the risks involved, including those risks associated with any health condition you may have.
Public boat ramps
The nearest public boat ramps include:
- The Spit Marine Stadium South – Muriel Henchman Drive
- The Spit Marine Stadium North – Muriel Henchman Drive
- Southport Broadwater Parklands (opposite North Street)
- Main Beach, Proud Park (Waterways Drive)
- Labrador, Loders Creek
- Labrador, Harley Park
- Runaway Bay, Ray Street
Council does not give any representation or warranty of any kind (whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise) arising from or in connection with a person’s entry to and use of the Wonder Reef precinct; and Council shall not be liable, to the extent permitted by law, for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for any personal injury, loss or damage suffered or sustained in connection with a person’s entry to and use of the Wonder Reef precinct. Any entry to and use of the Wonder Reef precinct is at the risk of the entrant or user who accepts all risk, responsibility and liability for any loss, damage, cost or other consequence arising directly or indirectly from such entry or use.