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Whale Sharks In Sydney

Whale Sharks In Sydney

The Whale Shark is the largest of all fishes  and is found in tropical and warm temperate waters. It is a slow moving shark that feeds on small crustaceans, squid and fishes from the water using filtering screens on its gills. Whale Sharks may grow up to […]


The Seals Of Martin Island

The Seals Of Martin Island

There is a Colony of Australian Fur seals on Martin Island, a 10-minute Boat trip from Port Kembla Boat Ramp. Martin Island has areas that are protected, but also provides some great basking areas for the seals to sit and dry off in the sun. […]


Yoga And Freediving

Yoga And Freediving

s Last week’s posts focused on the benefits of developing a morning routine; regardless of whether or not you are diving that day. This week, I would like to discuss the benefits of yoga; clear up some of the myths and language surrounding it and […]


What Is Static Apnea?

What Is Static Apnea?

“How are you’re tables going?”  To the average passerby, this may seem like an odd question. But to a freediver, ‘tables’ take on a whole new meaning as they are the foundation of good pool training. Let’s explore the freediving discipline of Static Apnea. In Static Apnea the […]


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 […]