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Abyss Scuba Diving

Magic Point Sharks And The Padi Advanced Course

Magic Point Sharks And The Padi Advanced Course

SHARKS! and what to expect from your Advanced Open Water Course in 2019!   Most of us start our diving life in a similar way – trying to get our head around the idea of neutral buoyancy; asking our buddies “B.W.R.A….what comes next?”; feeling a […]


Padi Wreck Diving Course

Padi Wreck Diving Course

Wreck Diver Course As instructors we get to do lots of different diving. I love cave diving, photography, sidemount diving, deep diving, technical diving, shark diving, seal diving, the list goes on and on. But I have to say one of my favourite things to […]


Why Learn Technical Diving??

Why Learn Technical Diving??

Many people hear the term Technical Diving, and immediately think of heavy, cumbersome equipment and additional risk whilst scuba diving. This perception needs to change…. Traditionally, technical scuba diving has meant going beyond recreational scuba diving limits, and included one or more of the following: […]


Choosing A Sms Sidemount Systems

Choosing A Sms Sidemount Systems

History of Sidemount Since the early 1960’s, cave and sump divers have been using Sidemount related equipment to conduct their dives. These divers required smaller tanks that could be configured to overcome space restrictions. They also required more tanks to provide extended lateral penetrations. Tanks […]


Search & Recovery Course

Search & Recovery Course

Have you ever been diving, seen an anchor and thought to yourself that must be worth something to someone? Well, it is, takes it to your local boat shop and you will be surprised how much it is worth. The trick is how do you […]


Padi Drysuit Course

Padi Drysuit Course

Sydney truly does have some amazing diving. What a lot of people don’t realise is some of the best months to dive are July – September. This is when we get the westerly winds which flatten out a lot of the dive sites and the […]


Confessions Of A Nervous Newbie

Confessions Of A Nervous Newbie

So your interest has been piqued, perhaps by some diving friends, and you’re ready to take the plunge (pun intended!) and learn to scuba dive. You book your course, your learning materials arrive and you begin to read about the amazing aquatic adventures on which you’re […]


Do You Need To Renew Your Certification?

Do You Need To Renew Your Certification?

If you’ve been out of the water for a while, or did your PADI Open Water Course but haven’t been diving since, your knowledge and skills are likely to be somewhat rusty. You might even be lacking the confidence to go diving again at all! If the […]


Getting More From Your Diving

Getting More From Your Diving

Three tanks, three regulators and half a dozen other pieces of dive equipment are clipped onto your BCD, now try and hover, maintain your depth and swap to your NITROX mix.  This is the Tec 40 course training and it’s GREAT! The additional time, the potential depth […]


Improving Your Buoyancy

Improving Your Buoyancy

You might have dived with whales, filled a logbook or two, or been in some pretty brag-worthy locations. But what separates the novices from the pros isn’t about the coolest animal you’ve seen, the number of dives you’ve racked up or the warmest water you’ve […]