Sunlover Reef Cruises has been featured in a number of national and international media stories. We love showing crews how spectacular the Great Barrier Reef is, and in the past 12 months have hosted teams from a broad spectrum of media including:
We are so proud of our friend Jennie Gilbert and the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre to have their amazing efforts shown round the world via BBC Earth . We are also absolutely honoured that Midori was released at our Moore Reef Marine Base. See it here.
Dr Harry and our good friend Jennie Gilbert, founder of the Cairns Rehabilitation Centre visited Moore Reef to release a rehabilitated Green Sea Turtle called Francis. This story will give you goosebumps! Watch it here.
The Today Show visited our Moore Reef Marine Base in April 2019, with escort Stuart Ireland from Calypso Reef Imagery.
Channel 7's 'Queensland Weekender', which broadcast on the 6th of May 2018, saw Lee and the team head out to our Moore Reef Marine Base on a Great Barrier Reef adventure! Keen to try all the activities, the episode saw Lee sliding down our waterslide into the Reef, heading on a guided snorkel tour with our Marine Expert Pablo, exploring our stunning coral gardens and be-friending "Wally" the Maori Wrasse on a Seawalker Helmet dive.
This hilarious segment on the "Travel Guides" Tropical North Queensland episode saw the guides heading out to Moore Reef for an incredible Great Barrier Reef experience. The guides tried out our guided snorkel tours, entered our underwater wonderland on a Seawalker helmet dive, tried out scuba diving on an introductory dive and viewed our stunning coral drop offs from the semi-submersible boat.
American television show 'Johnathon Bird's Blue World' explored the world's largest living structure off Sunlover Reef Cruises' Moore Reef Marine Base. As a seasoned diver and videographer, Jonathan tried a new and unique experience on our Seawalker Helmet Dive. He then enjoyed a scuba dive with our diving instructor Vance Fahey and saw an array of hard and soft corals, turtles and colourful fish.