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 […]Read more ›
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Have you ever seen photos of a glowing, other-worldly body of water? As the waves crash, the surface seems to ignite with a glow-in-the-dark hue. While it certainly looks like something out of a science-fiction movie, that glow – bioluminescence – is very real and very alive. If you have […]Read more ›
Stefan Andrews, the 2013 Australasian OWUSS Rolex Scholar and marine conservation enthusiast has compiled another great video, capturing footage of the spectacular scuba diving that can be found in South Australian waters. Taking his friend and beginner diver through the PADI Open Water Diver course in South Australia showcases the […]Read more ›
SUNREEF Mooloolaba has launched an Australian first – the opportunity to swim with the captivating humpback whales. Australians have long had a love affair with these gentle giants and now people have the opportunity to see them from a very different perspective on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Sunreef Whale Encounter Supervisor, […]Read more ›
It can be a pretty freaky experience for divers watching on, but the annual Spider Crab Migration in Port Philip Bay, Australia is an important time for these marine animals. During the Australian autumn and winter months when the water cools, the crabs congregate in their thousands and begin their march, […]Read more ›
Separated from mainland Australia, Tasmania is a destination known for its natural and untouched beauty. With seemingly endless visibility and cool water environments resulting in many colder water creatures calling the surrounding waters home, Tasmania is a fascinating scuba diving location in Australia. In the northwest, experienced divers are attracted by […]Read more ›