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Scuba Diving With Grey Nurse Sharks

Scuba Diving With Grey Nurse Sharks

About 18 months ago, a small group of grey nurse sharks were spotted at the Gravel Loader dive site in Shell Harbour. This was around the same time that the number of Grey Nurse sharks normally seen at the Magic Point dive site off Maroubra […]


Visit Efate In Vanuatu

Visit Efate In Vanuatu

Where are the best places to visit in Efate, Vanuatu? The island of Efate has hundreds of attractions, but what ones are the best to visit? Whether you are interested in the culture, the marine life, or even the incredible scenic views, there is always […]


Byron Bay | Julian Rocks

Byron Bay | Julian Rocks

Located just 2.5 kilometres from Byron Bay’s Main Beach, is one of Australia’s best dive sites, the famous Julian Rocks. Situated in the Cape Byron Marine Park, the Julian Rocks is home to over 1000 recorded species of marine life. The mixing of tropical warm […]


Wreck Of The Firefly

Wreck Of The Firefly

One of the unique dives in Jervis Bay is to dive the wreck of the Firefly, not only because it’s an aircraft, but the very good condition and lies upright. The plane is covered in a lot of growth with lots of feather worms and […]


Currajong Shipwreck

Currajong Shipwreck

The TSS Currajong, is among one of the most the most intact shipwreck in NSW. She was a collier that sank when run down by the SS Wyreema in 1910.   t 2 pm on Tuesday 8 March 1910, the TSS Currajong left the Bellambi […]


The Leap, Sydney’s Premier Shore Freediving Site

The Leap, Sydney’s Premier Shore Freediving Site

Depth: down to 21m Best Time to Dive: Incoming tide approaching high tide, seas must be flat. The Leap is a site well known to SCUBA divers but often neglected by the keen Freediver. Nestled in the beautiful Kamay National Park between Cape Solander and Sutherland Point is the […]


The Best Time To Dive In Sydney

In Sydney, scuba divers are very lucky enough with good diving all year around.  But, during the months between July and September, we get the best diving with the flattest seas and the best visibility. The westerly winds at that time of the year bring […]


The Leap

The Leap

After entering, swim on the surface for about 50 metres and descend into around 10 metres, heading northeast until you reach a distinct drop-off that meets the sand in 22 metres, populated by boulders and overhangs. Head along the wall in a general westerly direction […]


Diving Batemans Bay

Diving Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay is located in the mouth of the Clyde River on the South Coast. This beautiful location and caters for all levels of diving, from stunning shore dives to boat dives to 40 metres. The Bay is located approximately 3.5 hours south of Sydney on the […]


Diving Forster & Seal Rocks

Diving Forster & Seal Rocks

An easy 3 hours drive north of Sydney lies the coastal town of Forster, and just a little south of Forster is Seal Rocks. These areas are two of the iconic dive locations on the NSW coast.   Dive sites at Forster include “The Pinnacle” which on its day […]