Lady Musgrave Island is a coral cay in the Bunker Group at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef. The island is in a lagoon on the inside of a 10k long reef.
Turtles nest on the island along with Noobys and Shearwaters. Every second shell is a cowrie so Liz was in heaven!
The coral bombies are really healthy and the fish species are numerous. It is a bit like snorkelling in an aquarium. The water is crystal clear and about 24 degrees celsius.
We have moved on to Great Keppel Island and are hoping to leave for the Percy Group tomorrow. Phone service will be dodgy!
Stay warm, Freya xo