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Cruises visiting Ball's Pyramid & all Ball's Pyramid cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Ball's Pyramid in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Ball’s Pyramid lies in the Great Barrier Reef of Eastern Australia. Just 23 km SE of Lord Howe Island, spectacularly spearing 552 metres out of the sea, is this jagged basalt spire - Ball’s Pyramid. Formed about 7 million years ago, windswept and inhospitable, it is the world's tallest volcanic sea stack at 562 m. Adding to the drama of this almost mythological seascape are the satellite islets Observatory Rock and Wheatsheaf Islet, both located nearby, and Southeast Rock, some 3.5 km from Ball's Pyramid. A remnant of a long dead volcano, divers, on exploring the caves and waters surrounding the basalt spearhead, come face-to-face with a mass of spectacular sea creatures.

These include huge schools of Violet Sweep, Rainbow Runners and Amberjack, to Marlin, Dolphin, turtles and Wahoo. The underwater world will astound. Many rare species, like Spanish Dancers and Galapagos Whalers also make these waters their home. Balls Pyramid is a popular spot for fishing charters and is the only known place where the Ballina Angelfish can be sighted.