Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Finding Nemo and Clown Fish of the Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef tours can take you to the home of Nemo, the world famous clownfish of Disney fame. When little Nemo is captured in the nets and hauled out of the ocean to live in a tank in a Sydney dentist office, his father Marlin needs to track him down. With the help of a band of underwater companions he sets of on a journey across the reef to find his son encountering plenty of near scrapes and adventures along the way.

Find your Own Nemo
Now with Great Barrier Reef Tours the whole family can try to find Nemo too and can embark on their own bright and colourful coral adventure beneath the waves. The brave little clownfish is just one of hundreds of species you can watch flittering beneath the blue surface and with their orange and white stripes the Nemo fish isn’t hard to spot.

See Turtles and Sharks
Whether snorkelling across the rich marine waters or diving into the depths of coral reef, there are
tons of way to soak up the sights of the majestic Great Barrier Reef. Yet it’s not all about watching coral gardens bloom, sea anemones sway and Nemo race around, you can come across some of the larger than life characters in Finding Nemo. Drifting sea turtles, spike starfish and big toothed sharks can all be spotted in the Great Barrier Reef.

Discover the Distance of Marlin’s Adventure
Between the shores off the Great Barrier Reef and the capital city of Sydney there are 1500 miles of coastline which would have made it pretty difficult for Marlin to find Nemo as clownfish only travel a few meters from the safety of their friends. Yet with 28 species of
clownfish and 12 of these residing in the Great Barrier Reef you don’t have to scan the entire length of Australia’s coastline to track down Nemo.

An Unforgettable Experience
Seeing all the characters of Finding Nemo come to life on the shores of the Great Barrier Reef is an exciting experience that you won’t forget in a hurry.  Great Barrier Reef Tours can take you into the shimmering expanse of the reef and introduce you to the wild array of marine life teeming the waters below. You can swim, snorkel, sail and see a multitude of wonders on this incredible world heritage site that can even be viewed from space. 

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