Diving

6 New Year’s Resolutions Every Scuba Diver Should Consider Making

6 New Year’s Resolutions Every Scuba Diver Should Consider Making

31 December, 2014 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

Before each new year, many of us come up with goals to accomplish over the following 12 months. Taking up exercise or setting a resolution to work out more frequently is common, which is why gyms always appear more crowded in January and February. But if spending 30 minutes on […]

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5 Reasons to Add Tasmania to Your Scuba List

5 Reasons to Add Tasmania to Your Scuba List

25 December, 2014 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

Australia’s island state is well known for it’s remarkable natural beauty. So it is no wonder that the diving on offer is equally stunning. Here are 5 reasons why Tasmania is a must for your 2015 dive adventures. 1. Huge Diversity – The combination of the Tasmania’s geographical position, climate […]

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Dive the Great Barrier Reef in 2015

Dive the Great Barrier Reef in 2015

23 December, 2014 at 3:44 pm Comments are Disabled

To say that you’ve been scuba diving in the world’s largest single structure comprised of living organisms, the only one that can be seen from outer space, is quite an exciting thought. It is for this reason that many international travellers and Australians have the Great Barrier Reef at the […]

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Equipment Spotlight: Knifes and Cutting Devices

Equipment Spotlight: Knifes and Cutting Devices

20 December, 2014 at 1:00 pm Comments are Disabled

Have you ever had to fend off a school of angry sharks? No? We haven’t either, and as divers, we already know how precious the underwater ecosystem is we’d never want to harm the sea creatures we encounter. Dive knives and cutting devices are not meant to be used as […]

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Weedy Sea Dragon – Master of Disguise

Weedy Sea Dragon – Master of Disguise

20 December, 2014 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

A long, not-so-lost relative of the leafy sea dragon, the weedy sea dragon is a sight you won’t want to miss – if you can spot one, that is! These masters of camouflage know how to blend right in with their environment so they are not spotted by predators. Their leaf-like appendages grow […]

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Discovering the Gili Islands, Indonesia

Discovering the Gili Islands, Indonesia

18 December, 2014 at 9:30 pm Comments are Disabled

Situated in the North-West corner of Lombok, the Gili Islands are a well-known site in Indonesia for diving and snorkeling. There are over 25 dive sites around the 3 atolls that make up this group. They are: Trawangan, Meno and Gili Air. With year round water temperatures of 28 degrees celcius, […]

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