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What Is Bioluminescence?

What Is Bioluminescence?

Have you ever noticed flashes of light as you quickly moved your hand through the water on a night dive at Ship Rock? Or when sitting at the back of a dive boat, have you noticed the sparkly trail left behind in the water disturbed by the engine? […]


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 […]


Freediving Questions Explained

Freediving Questions Explained

How is Freediving different from snorkelling? Snorkelling is the casual act of putting on a mask and snorkel and looking below while floating. Snorkelers may not have any training and spend most of the time on the surface. Skin diving takes snorkelling a step further […]


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 […]


Freediver Stretching Exercises

Freediver Stretching Exercises

In today’s blog we will look at the benefits of developing a morning routine; be it stretching, breathing or exercises in mindfulness.Incorporating 30-45mins of diaphragmatic breathing with some gentle stretching before work is a great way to prepare yourself for the challenges of the day. […]