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...nd Exmouth. Both towns have small airports with connections to Perth. While diving here goes on year-round, water temperatures are lower than the Great Barrier Reef and vary between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius. Large cities like Sydney, Perth and Melbourne boast a surprising amount of dive sites. Jetty dives are popular in Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth, and bring divers up close and personal to marine critters like the Leafy and Weedy Seadragon, nudibranchs, shrimp, and plenty of fish. Diving Sydney Harbor is surprisingly varied. The city boasts an incredible number of dive sites, unknown to...

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Name Distance

SYD | Kingsford Smith

Australia, Sydney

8.73 km

RSE | Rose Bay

Australia, Sydney

16.35 km

BWU | Sydney Bankstown

Australia, Sydney

25.12 km

CDU | Camden

Australia, Camden

50.22 km

SWZ | Sydney West

Australia, Sydney

49.51 km

Posted on: April 8, 2014


Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Australia temperature ranges between 24 and 30 degrees Celsius in winter and summer respectively. Less people are familiar with the Ningaloo reef on the west coast of Australia, a fringing reef surrounding the North West Cape. Diving Ningaloo reef offers plenty of beautiful reef dive sites and a chance to...

Posted on: April 8, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Australia

...orld-class diving, including dive site ‘Cod Hole’, where divers can see giant potato groupers. Beyond the Great Barrier Reef, the Coral Sea is a remote dive area with amazing visibility, impressive reef structures, and a chance to see pelagic marine life. Every season on the Great Barrier Reef has i...

Posted on: April 8, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Australia

...high quality dive courses and diving on the Great Barrier Reef. Diving Ningaloo Reef can be organized from Coral Bay or Exmouth. Ningaloo Reef Dive is a well-recommended dive center in Coral Bay that offers dive trips out on the Ningaloo Reef and specific trips to see Whale Sharks and Manta Rays. E...

Posted on: November 13, 2014

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Posted on: February 23, 2014

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Adapt or Die: Hybrid Sharks and Climate Change

Multiple generations of the first interbred sharks were found off the east coast of Australia. It is believed that the hybridization between the Australian blacktip and the common blacktip enables the sharks to adapt to environmental changes.

Posted on: July 6, 2013

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by Heather


State of the Reef: Australia's Great Barrier Reef Strategy (2012-2017)

Since the mid-1970's Australia has led the way in protecting its Great Barrier Reef. By protecting the world's largest reef ecosystem Australia is influencing the rest of the world's policies and perspectives on reef and marine conservation.

Posted on: April 29, 2013

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by Heather


State of the Reef: An Introduction

This is the first in the series State of the Reef. Each post focuses on conservation, science or news about the health of our world's coral reef ecosystem.

Posted on: April 2, 2013

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by Mairead Doyle


Mishaps and Misfortunes

From novice to know-it-all: some of the calamities that befall a rookie diver, from underwater panic attacks to losing your regulator and being rescued by your buddy.

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