Sunreef Mooloolaba is the longest established and only PADI 5 Star dive shop on the Sunshine Coast diving the Ex-HMAS Brisbane daily.
Join us on one of our half-day double dives to the ex-HMAS Brisbane or on one of our local reef dives or to the gorgeous Flinders Reef. All of our dives offer an abundant range of both hard and soft corals, a host of nudibranchs, tubes worms, sponges, pelagic and reef fish similar to what is found on the Great Barrier Reef. Make sure you bring your camera and/or an underwater torch, the colors are fantastic! During Whale Watching season (from July to October), you can also experience Australia's first Swimming with Humpback Whales with Sunreef, an experience that is 100% on the whales terms. Sunreef Mooloolaba - Immerse yourself!
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Ex-HMAS Brisbane (day & night dives): 133m ex-destroyer fully intact with bow and stern gun, completely penetrable. Starting at 5m deep down to 27m. Bull rays, massive pelagics. Barracuda, trevally,snapper, kingfish, dew fish, Queensland groopers. Occasional grey nurse. Abundance of soft coral and nudibranches.
Flinders Reef: Exposed reef off Cape Moreton. 3m to 22m depending which side you dive. West side includes "turtle cleaning station" where huge green sea turtles gather on the staghorn coral to sleep in crevasses and have their shells cleaned by all the sergeant fish. Wobbegongs, leopard sharks, blue spotted stingrays, tawny nurse sharks. Trumpet fish, schooling wrasse and other beautiful tropical fish. Phenomenal soft and hard corals. Boulders, pinnacles and rock formation swim throughs.
Mudjimba Island: Rock wall that drops off from 3-12m surrounding Mudjimba Island. Perfect for macro photography. Home to the largest amount of nudibranches found on the east coast of Australia. Turtles, sting rays, cuttle fish, abundance of small tropical fish and hard corals.
The Caves, Fairy Land, Frank & Beans: Large boulders which are scattered creating swim throughs with depths ranging from 10-14m. Breeding ground for wobbegongs with heaps of juveniles to be seen. Rays are always seen at this site plus the occasional grey nurse shark.