Paradise - Low Isles QLD 9 July 2019

IMG_2758 Amazing Batfish at Low Isles

The activity in the water at Low Isles was terrific. If the batfish could walk out of the water, I'm sure that they would have. The reef sharks didn't stop us from getting in and seeing what was under the water. This was our best location so far for snorkeling. Low Isles is very close to Port Douglas so definitely worth a trip if you go to Port Douglas, even if the weather is wet and cold.

I couldn't get enough of those fish, and they couldn't get enough of us!!

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