North Bay Snorkeling
The MOST popular snorkel dive spot in Lord Howe Island.
Monday 10 October 2016 06:21 GMT
Northeast of Sydney off Lord Howe in the Tasman Sea, the snorkeling in North Bay off the northwestern shore is known for an adjacent reef that has plentiful marine life such as wrasse, bluefish and drummer. There are nice spur-and-grove coral formations, along with extensive beds of seagrass in the Lord Howe Island Lagoon.
Lord Howe Island is an exceptional place to explore as the southernmost coral reef in the world with over 90 coral species and 500 fish species. It has verdant rain-forests, white sand beaches and volcanic peaks. There is a long coral reef along the southwestern side of the island that encloses a lagoon. It is about 600km northeast of Sydney.
Lord Howe Island is reached by a two hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane (the main air service is provided by QantasLink).
Overall, North Bay is the 1st most popular snorkel dive spot of all 6 snorkeling dives in Lord Howe Island.