How do you choose which dive sites to explore at your chosen dive destination? With over 50,000 + dive sites from around the world, ScubaEarth can help narrow down the list. Users reveal their favorites, and you can read, comment and rate the sites that you’ve been to, or are […]Read more ›
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Whilst Melbourne, Victoria’s lively capital city hosts over a million international visitors each year, the incredible diving on offer throughout this Australian state can often go unnoticed. However, with such a diverse range of underwater environments to discover, Victoria truly is a must-dive location. We spoke to Matt Krumins, a […]Read more ›
Located on the East Coast of Australia, the vast coastline of New South Wales (NSW) provides a great amount of choice for scuba diving. Spread across 2000 kilometres / 1250 miles of coastline, there is a host of amazing dive sites that will suit all levels of diving experience. As […]Read more ›
Australia is one of the most popular destinations for dive enthusiasts – and for good reason. The sheer amount of diverse marine life is enough to leave any diver speechless. One trip to this amazing country may not be enough to satisfy your thirst for unique underwater wonders. Here are […]Read more ›
It’s inspired countless would-be divers to get certified and take the plunge. It covers an area about the same size as the United Kingdom, or half the size of Texas in the United States. It’s made up of more than 2,900 individual reefs and is the only living structure on […]Read more ›
Diving in Jervis Bay, NSW, Australia. Jervis Bay is famous for its pristine coastal wilderness which includes the amazing diving on offer in the region. Located just two hour’s drive south of Sydney, the area is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. This must-visit dive location boasts over 30 […]Read more ›