Conflict Island Cruise

The Conflict Island atoll consists of 21, mostly uninhabited, pristine tropical islands surrounded by a spectacular lagoon. It is one of the most remote locations in the Coral Sea so you will feel a million miles away from everyday life. Enjoy a scenic cruise around this beautiful, untouched corner of the world. Keep a look out for some of the islands marine inhabitants including turtles, dolphins and manta rays playing in the tropical waters. Onboard the 24.4m Undersea Explorer, you can relax on the shaded top deck while your guide provides informative commentary about the islands and the history of Milne Bay region. Alternatively, you can sit in the air-conditioned lounge.
  • Location

    Conflict Islands

  • Tour Code


  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Price

    Adult from $145.99
    Children (12 & under) from $145.99

Please bring your camera!
Enjoy complimentary delicious fresh local fruit platters, home-cooked banana muffins, fruit juice, tea, coffee and water
• Please wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, bring a hat, plenty of biodegradable sunscreen and bottled water
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Adult: $145.99pp

Child: $145.99pp

Take a scenic cruise around the Conflict Island atoll, made up of 21 pristine tropical islands surrounded by a spectacular lagoon. Relax, you’ve made it to paradise!

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Child: $79.99pp

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Private Beach Picnic


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3.5 hours

Adult: $255.99pp

Child: $255.99pp

A secluded picnic on a remote tropical beach followed by snorkelling, kayaking and paddle boarding in crystal-clear waters. Can you think of a better way to spend a day in paradise?