Dive Sites

Green Island, Great Barrier Reef

This is Teleportals first permanent dive site which is available 24/7 and is suitable for all users.

Users can access 40m of tether and depths up to 7m.

Green Island is situated 30km north-east of Cairns on the Great Barrier Reef. It is a long standing marine protected area with a plethora of resident marine life inhabiting its shallow lagoon and fringing reefs.

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Marine Life

-Resident Green Sea Turtles

-Friendly Schooling Fish

-Various Stingray Species

-True Clownfish (Nemo)

-Occasional Humans


Charismatic Mega Fauna

These animals spend a significant portion of their lives on this dive site.

Green Sea Turtle (Koopa)

Koopa is our resident green sea turtle and sleeps most nights on top of the main coral reef.

Chelonia mydas

Age: 30 years

Length: 85cm

Great Barracuda (Boris)

Boris is our resident barracuda and can be found most days looking for prey above the coral bommie.

Sphyraena barracuda

Age: 9 years

Length: 140cm

Cardinal Fish (Robot Friends)

A school of Cardinal Fish use the robot for protection when it is not in use and floating on the surface.

You can watch them on our robots livestream.

Age: 3 years

Length: 7cm

Yellowtail Fusilier

Schooling Fish

In biology, any group of fish that stay together for social reasons are shoaling, and if the group is swimming in the same direction in a coordinated manner, they are schooling.

Bigtail Fusilier

Blue Green Chromis

Giant Trevally

Bluestriped Snapper

True Clownfish

Reef Fish

Reef fish are fish which live amongst or in close relation to coral reefs. Coral reefs form complex ecosystems with tremendous biodiversity. Among the myriad inhabitants, the fish stand out as colourful and very interesting to watch.

Threadfin Butterflyfish

Masked Rabbitfish

Six Banded Angelfish

Coral Trout

Blue-Spotted  Stingray

Sand Dwellers

While there are nearly 500 known species of stingrays, varying in size and colour, the common characteristics are that of being flat and disk-like with fins that look and act like wings. Their tales can either be long, slender, and whip-like, or short and lobed.

Cowtail Stingray

Spotted Eagle Ray

Bubble-headed Sapien

Round Ribbontail Ray