Australia is a large and diverse country known
to divers worldwide.
Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea has expeditions
suited for the adventurous diver seeking pelagics,
deep walls, shark action or wreck diving.
Rowley Shoals Marine Park in Western Australia
is a chain of coral atolls on the edge of one
of the widest continental shelves in the world.
Peninsula, in the Northern Teritory northeast
of Darwin, is a pristine wonderland with 100's
of marine life species.
Island, off South Australia is an unspoiled wilderness
and home to 270 fish species, seals and dolphins.
Julian Rocks Aquatic Reserve in New South Wales
is home to over 500 different species of fish.
Because life around this Aquatic Reserve is influenced
by both tropical and temperate currents, the marine
life varies throughout the year.
Tasman Peninsula supports numerous giant kelp
forests towering up to 90 ft upward. If you are
a photographer, you are in heaven.
Phillip Bay in Victoria boasts colorful reefs
and walls. It is also know as the "Shipwreck
Coast" with over 70 wrecks to explore.
are but a few areas Australia has to offer. Visibility
is usually excellent just about any palce you
dive, but due to the sheer size of Australia and
the different climates, water temperature temperatures
can vary greatly. Check with the operators in
the specific area you would like to visit.