Coral Sea Islands / Australia
The Diamond Islands belong to the Coral Sea Islands. This group of small tropical islands and reefs, with a coastline of 3,000 km with a total land area of only 3 km2, is located in the Coral Sea, northeast of Australia. In none of these islands, there is a port, there are just anchorages sites off the coast. The Coral Sea Islands have belong since 1969, as created territory, to Australia.
The Diamond Islands are a heavenly relaxation oasis. On the islands there are also important nesting sites for birds and turtles.