Every year in June and July, Dwarf Minke Whales migrate past the Great Barrier Reef. We run trips to get up close and personal with these gentle giants and dive some of the greatest reef in the world!
The tribe has spoken…. I guess that’s the line that comes to mind for most people when they hear the word Palau… Either that or “where the hell is Palau?” But as divers, we know better, we know the rock islands hidden away in the outskirts of Micronesia are home to some of the best diving in the world.
On the weekend of the 16th of February 11 of us headed inland with the goal of locating and diving on the historic homesteads and remains of the township that was submerged when the valley was flooded to create Lake Jindabyne for the snowy project.
In September 2012 a group of 16 Abyss divers/adventurers travelled to Madagascar, South Africa, Zimbabwe & Tanzania to experience the amazing diving, adventure and unique wildlife found only in that part of the world.
In September a group of Abyss divers travelled to Santo, Vanuatu to dive the famous wreck the “SS President Coolidge”. This wreck is over 200m long and attracts thousands of divers to the area every year.
On Monday the 17th of September, Terry Cummins from PADI will be joining us for our Club Night to share his stories of diving in Mexico! Join us for a fun, informative evening.
In November this year Abyss Scuba Diving will be running a cave diving expedition to Thailand for non certified cave divers to do their full training right up to TDI Full Cave. Check it out…
The Cod Hole is located in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef in Ribbon Reef #10. It is famous for its population of Potato Cod that are always friendly towards divers.
South West Rocks Text by Justin Gilligan Located half way between Brisbane and Sydney, the salt rendered town of South West Rocks is the perfect escape from all walks of life. Here, there is something for everyone. Picturesque stretches of isolated beach, iconic Australian, vantage points with panoramic views, and important relics from Australian history. …
The SS President Coolidge is a 22,000 ton 198 metre long luxury liner that is laying swimming distance off the shore of Santo, Vanuatu. It is one of the most accessible and well known wrecks in the world.
Located just 3.5 hours from Sydney, Batemans Bay is a fantastic diving destination, offering all kinds of diving and marine life!
The best way to dive is on a live-aboard, it is just too easy, maximising the diving experience and you can do so much more diving while living the whole dive experience. Located approximately 2.5 hours drive south of Sydney. Jervis Bay is consistently ranked as one of the best dive locations to dive in …