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The islands boast an extensive range of marine life, thanks to a unique mix of tropical and temperate marine species. The unique coral reef formations and spectacular coral gardens provide some magnificent free diving and snorkelling. 

Often described as the Galapagos Islands of the Indian Ocean, there are few places in Australia with more biodiversity. Nature enthusiasts flock to the Abrolhos Islands for the fishing, bird watching, snorkelling and diving opportunities.

The Islands are classed as National Park, and have been recognised as an Ocean Hope Spot by ocean conservation organisation Mission Blue.

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The marine environment around the Abrolhos Islands is one of a kind.
With many reefs both shallow and deep, divers and snorkelers love to explore the area. 
With its isolation from the coast, the underwater reefs
and sea beds are teeming with spectacular marine life.

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