The Ribbon Reefs are a popular dive destination all year, but winter is when you can experience a Great Barrier Reef Dwarf Minke Whales encounter.
Mention Bundaberg to most Aussie divers and they will think of Lady Elliot Island or rum, or possibly both! However, for divers in the know they will automatically think about the wonderful and easy shore diving to be found off this sugar town. Bundaberg, located four hours drive north of Brisbane, is a busy country […]
Jacques Cousteau once claimed that the Poor Knights Islands have the best subtropical diving in the world. He must have been a little confused on his geography, as the Poor Knights Islands are located in a temperate zone. But we can understand his confusion, located in New Zealand’s North Island region of Northland, the islands […]
Nigel Marsh travels the world to dive with sharks, but his favourite sharks are not the large menacing type, but small shy sharks called walking sharks.
When you think about diving with mantas, Brisbane isn’t the first place you think of. But there are fantastic encounters at site called: Manta Bommie.
Over the last few years Munda in the Solomon Islands has become one of the most popular dive destinations in the South Pacific. What makes it extra special are its very unique dive sites.
The reefs of Madang, PNG, are home to diverse marine life, but the most unique is a little shark that walks on its fins: the hooded epaulette shark.
How much should I tip my dive guide? How much should I tip the crew? Tipping can be a complicated issue at the end of a dive trip. Read our top tips here!
Coral Triangle, famous for its biodiversity, is home to the some of the world’s best wrecks. Our guide to the best wreck diving in the South Pacific & South East Asia.
With the most exotic marine critters on the planet it is easy to see why divers are looking beyond the coral for the best muck diving in the coral triangle.