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Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ


Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ

Lady Musgrave Experience launches its new Pontoon

Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ

Experience the jewel of the Southern Great Barrier Reef like never before with the launch of Lady Musgrave HQ the bespoke-build pontoon at Lady Musgrave Island, departing from Bundaberg, Queensland.

A new three-level pontoon nestled in the sheltered waters of Lady Musgrave Island and Lagoon. Welcoming guests from mid-September 2021, this is set to change guest experiences on the Southern Great Barrier Reef.

Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ

The pontoon will create a whole new way for day trip and overnight visitors to experience the island and the Great Barrier Reef. The bespoke 35 metre by 12 metre build provides independent snorkel and dive platforms, as well as seamless access to high-speed dive boats, the glass bottom boat and the luxury catamaran Reef Empress.

A core attraction for day guests and overnight visitors alike is the underwater observatory. View marine life and the corals by day, and by night enjoy liveaboard-style bunk accommodation for up to 20 guests, where you can fall asleep viewing the abundant underwater marine life.

Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ

The underwater observatory is perfect for dive groups or school groups. Guests also have the option to sleep above the surface and under the starlit sky on the Upper Deck Reef View Queen Glamping Beds.

Overnight stays include transfers on our luxury catamaran departing Bundaberg Port Marina, meals, snorkeling equipment hire and linen. All accommodation utilise shared amenities with private hot shower cubicles and locker storage.

Exceptional Lady Musgrave HQ

Enjoy home-cooked style dinner showcasing local and seasonal produce with unbeatable reef views on the pontoon deck or indulge in a picnic hamper on Lady Musgrave Island with your own private beach.

The pontoon features the most sustainable and eco-friendly build in the world. Above the waterline, the innovative zero-impact design is completely solar and wind-powered, and below the waves, coral cultivation and Citizen Science programs give back to the world’s greatest natural treasure.

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Adrian Stacey
Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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