Port Douglas Region Guide

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LOW ISLAND
LOW ISLAND
THE WAVE DANCER
THE WAVE DANCER
FIND SOME SHADE ON THE BEACH
FIND SOME SHADE ON THE BEACH
SNORKELING
SNORKELING

Low Isles

Updated: 21-Jun-2016

Low Isles offers everything you can dream of in a tropical island paradise. From the moment your luxury catamaran moors in the calm waters of the island's picturesque lagoon, a host of reef activities awaits you.

What makes it great?

  • Idyllic Island without crowds
  • Turtle haven
  • Great for first time snorkellers
  • Expert Marine Biologist advice

    Situated 15km north-east of Port Douglas Low Isles is a 4 acre coral cay surrounded by 150 different species of hard corals dominated by 15 species of soft corals. Living amongst the corals is a large variety of fish, molluscs, sea cucumbers and other animals.

    Colourful blue, green and purple parrotfish are a common sight as well as angelfish, damselfish, anenomefish (Nemo!), trevally, rabbitfish, sweetlip, moon wrasse and fusilleers, just to name a few!

    At least seven species of seagrasses grow on the intertidal sandflats of Low Isles, providing a home and food for such animals as sea cucumbers, the attractive spidershell, as well as rays, green turtles and dugongs.
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