Agincourt Reef Ribbon Reef
When people mention Australia’s Great Barrier Reef the Agincourt Ribbon Reef always comes up in conversation and the reason for that is because it is known as the most outer reef and the most pristine reef with the abundance of a huge range of marine life species. It is also the preferred destination for the migrating whales to have their calves and the best location for scuba diving and snorkelling. The Agincourt Ribbon reefs are accessible from Port Douglas and only a one and a half hours journey out to the farthest platform for a day tour. They are called the Ribbon Reefs because when you see them from the air they look like ribbons flying in the wind.