Scuba Diving Sydney With Abyss
Scuba diving in Sydney is unmatched by any large metropolitan city. Sydney offers a range of dive sites, scuba diving activities, wreck dives and abundant marine life - from Sydney's weedy seadragons to grey nurse sharks, Australian fur seals and giant bull rays. Please visit our dive calendar for our complete list of scuba diving activities in and around Sydney or simply join us on one of our free Divemaster guided Sydney shore dives.
Located central to many of Sydney's best dive sites, Abyss Scuba Diving is a full-service 5 Star PADI Career Development Centre (CDC). We offer scuba diving courses and PADI certifications including learn to dive lessons and advanced dive courses. Our PADI pro dive (Go PRO) training programs including Instructor development packages and dive internships can take a diver of any level to an experienced Dive Instructor. We also stock an extensive range of quality scuba gear and dive equipment and also conduct regular scuba diving trips and diving holidays.
Learn To Dive in Sydney
Learn to dive in Sydney with Abyss, twice winner of the PADI Outstanding Dive Centre award. With a maximum of 4 students to each instructor you can complete your dive course with only 2 days of in-water training. You will get more time having fun scuba diving and finish the course as a better and more confident diver.
Advanced Dive Courses
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course helps you increase your confidence and build your scuba skills so you can become more comfortable in the water. This is a great way to get more dives under your belt while continuing to develop new capabilities by introducing you to new and fun diving activities.
GoPro with a Diving Career
Being a professional scuba instructor is, in our opinion, the best job in the world! Imagine a lifestyle where you love your job, enjoy the freedom and share your passion of the underwater world with others. Begin your professional diving career in Sydney with Abyss Scuba Diving, Sydney, a PADI 5 Star Career Development Centre (CDC).
HMS Hermes Sri Lanka
On April 9, 1942 the HMS Hermes was sunk off the coast of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. This 167 m long, 12,900 ton Royal British Navy vessel lies in 45-58 m of water and was the world's first purpose-built aircraft carrier. This is one of the most outstanding wreck dives in the world, with incredible visibility and abundant marine life.