Dive in Australia

Diving stories and photographs in Australia. Read my posts and see my pictures in this section of my blog.

Diving in Gold Coast (Queensland, Australia)

I have loved most of the scuba dives I have ever done so far. Some staff may not have been as friendly and good as others but generally they are fine. But there has been one scuba diving that I had done in Gold Coast which I did not enjoy. I had dived with Queensland …

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Diving at Tangalooma wreck (Queensland, Australia)

The Tangalooma Wreck, at Moreton Island in Queensland, is a great dive spot in Queensland. It caters for new and experienced divers. The dive spot is home for several shipwrecks and variety of marine life. And it has crystal clear water which makes the diving even more fun. Provider details: Name: Tangalooma Dive and Watersports Note: …

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Swimming with Seals (Narooma, Australia)

I find seals extremely cute. They are the puppies of the ocean. They are inquisitive and extremely playful under water. And my most favorite activity to do is to swim with these puppies. In Australia, there are plenty of places where we can swim with the seals. In NSW, it is in the Montague Island. …

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I love Bruce! (Australia)

‘Call me immediately’, my mother had texted after seeing a picture I had posted on Facebook. I had forgotten that my mother was on my Facebook friends list. Angrily my mother had asked, “Are you going there to see a fish?” Fortunately, she had thought I was only going on a boat trip that would take …

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Shark Dive Xtreme – Really? (Sydney, Australia)

There was a time in my life where I was doing too many adventurous activities. I was not scared of anything. Because of my daring and rebellious attitude, I booked the shark dive at Manly Sea life – I did not think much! On the day of the dive: The dive was from 6 PM …

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The Big Blue World, Corals, Fishes and the Sharks (Cairns, Australia)

Who would not want to dive in the Great Barrier Reef? That’s probably on every traveler’s bucket list visiting Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is the World’s largest living structure with about 3000 individual coral reefs and 900 islands. It stretches over 2300 kms and is on the North Eastern side of Australia, off coast …

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