Scuba Diving at Lady Musgrove
Scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef with the award-winning and advanced eco-certified Lady Musgrave Experience provides unrivalled access to some of the most-pristine reef dive destinations you could wish for.
There’s something for everyone, offering scuba diving for all levels from learn-to-dive courses, introductory dives in the lagoon, outer reef dives and access to ex-HMAS Tobruk for experienced divers. All sites are led by our Divemasters and are popular with divers to experience the larger pelagics, turtles, sharks, manta rays and a more-diverse underwater world teeming with a vast array of marine life.
Groups of 20 are easily catered for and we tailor exclusive dive itineraries to your needs. Seeking even greater diversity, we can also explore the reefs of the Bunker and the Capricorn Group, with stunning, remote and highly sought after sites such as Lady Elliot, Hoskyn, Fairfax, Boult, Llewellyn and Fitzroy Reefs.
Overnight dive packages are available now with the arrival of the new Lady Musgrave HQ, a 35-metre pontoon nestled in the calm waters in the lagoon off Lady Musgrave Island. It’s possible to sleep in comfort, wake with the sun and drop from the dive platform straight into the island’s opalescent lagoon.
View marine life and the corals by day in the underwater observatory, and by night enjoy liveaboard-style bunk accommodation for up to 20 guests, where you can fall asleep viewing the abundant underwater marine life. This overnight option is perfect for dive groups. Guests also have the option to sleep above the surface in an Upper Deck Island View Queen Glamping Bed.
Top Dive Site
Manta Bommie – Manta Bommie on the outer reef of Lady Musgrave Lagoon gets its name as it acts as a cleaning station for manta rays. Other wildlife you can see at this dive location include sharks, turtles, anemones and humpback whales when in season. You’ll be surrounded by beautiful, shallow coral gardens with a variety of different corals and colours.
Find more inspiration for your dive trips this year in the Ultimate Divers Guide.