Australian Scuba Diving
With more than 35,000kms of magnificent
coastline, Australia offers some amazing scuba diving, in the
tropical waters of the world renowned Great Barrier Reef and northern
Western Australia, as well as temperate diving in the southern
states and Tasmania. Both tropical and temperate marine life are
found in the Solitary Islands off northern New South Wales, popular
Byron Bay near the Queensland border, and the fabulous Abrolhos
Islands on the west coast off Geraldton.
Tours To Go has a great range of one day
and live-aboard scuba diving trips and dive courses
that you can browse and book online.
Queensland scuba diving
Do a dive course in Cairns
Cairns is one of the best places in Australia to learn
to dive, you can join Deep Sea Divers Den for the adventure of a
lifetime learning to dive on the magnificent Great Barrier Reef.
Deep Sea Divers Den's friendly, personalized service, combined with
the warm tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, are the perfect
combination for one of the very best PADI 5 Day Openwater courses
available. No pre-dive experience is necessary, however being a
comfortable swimmer will be a definite advantage.
There are many different options on how to become a PADI certified
diver. For your safety, a Diving Medical to Australian standard
4005.1 is a prerequisite to the PADI Openwater Certification course.
It is a good idea to complete this medical prior to commencement
of the course to avoid disappointment if a medical condition inhibits
diving. Alternatively, a Dive medical can be arranged at the Deep
Sea Divers Den Dive Centre on day one of the course.
The first two days of the course are taken up by pool and theory
training. After the pool and theory training, you spend three days
at sea on OceanQuest, a liveaboard dive boat, to complete your four
training dives. Finish off the course with four pleasure dives and
a guided night dive.
OceanQuest is 28 meters (30.6 yards) in length, fully air-conditioned
with a cruising speed of 10 knots and carries 40 live aboard passengers.
The OceanQuest is a dedicated liveaboard dive boat with the majority
of passengers being scuba divers, with a few snorkelers.
SeaQuest ADV - Certified Diver Day Trip
: SeaQuest ADV caters superbly for certified divers. With 14 permanent
moorings, Deep Sea Divers Den offer superb diving sites on the Outer
Barrier Reef which will excite divers of all experience levels.
Dive guides are available for those wanting close underwater supervision
and certified divers can explore two dive locations in one day.
The dive locations on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef offer
outstanding underwater visibility, superb coral formations and abundant,
colorful marine life including 'Wally', a friendly 1.5 meter (5
feet) Maori Wrasse at Norman Reef. More
Cod hole - Two days/two nights. Day
One - is making our way North along the Agincourt and Ribbon Reef
systems. Enjoy 3 day dives and a night dive. The night dive you
choose may be included as part of the optional advanced diving course.
Day Two - Thursdays include diving at the famous Cod Hole and the
Northern Ribbons, as well as another night dive. Awake to breakfast
on Friday morning moored in the calm waters of Snapper Island. It
is then a short journey back to the Marina at Port Douglas. Enjoy
a minimum of 8 dives, including 2 night dives during your Cod Hole
Diving Adventure. Snorkelers are welcome to join and have the opportunity
to enjoy a FREE Introductory dive. More
New South Wales scuba diving
Diving with sharks
© Oceanworld Manly
Yes, believe it or not, in Sydney at Manly Oceanworld
you can scuba dive with sharks! They have two tours, one exclusively
divers and another introductory
dive for those who have never dived before. What a
blast for your first dive!
Blue Wing - Boat
diving is the only way to see the magnificent South Solitary Islands near
Coffs Harbour. What a better way than with the longest running charter
Victoria scuba diving
Northern Territory scuba diving
Divers - Shop 3, 42 Stuart Highway, STUART PARK, Darwin, Northern
Territory Australia Ph: 61 8 8981 2686 Fax: 61 8 8981 2171
Tasmania scuba diving
Western Australia scuba diving
© Australian Adventure Travel
Whales, dolphins, dugongs, manta rays, huge cod or sharks
can be seen in abundance on this tour…
260-kilometre-long Ningaloo Reef offers world class diving through to
family snorkeling in sheltered lagoons crammed with coral gardens. Ningaloo
is the largest fringing coral reef in Australia. It is the only large
reef in the world found so close to a continental land mass; about 100
metres offshore at its nearest point and less than seven kilometers at
its furthest. The park covers more than 4000 square kilometers and was
declared in 1987.
This 4WD adventure will have you enjoying Ningaloo Reef, Shark Bay, the
dolphins at Monkey Mia, Coral Bay, Kalbarri and the Pinnacles. Swim, snorkel,
scuba, ride a quad bike or take a boat cruise. The tour is accommodated
on sheep stations, farms and country lodges. More
South Australia scuba diving
Canberra scuba diving
- 7 Lonsdale Street, Braddon, Canberra, ACT 2600
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