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Australia to Create World’s Largest Marine Reserve

Recently, the Australian government has come with the ‘biggest ever step’ in ocean conservation, announcing that it will create the world’s largest network of marine sanctuaries, which will cover more than 1.1 million square miles of ocean, encompassing the third of the island continent’s territorial waters. The country currently has a total of 27 marine […]

Australia Allows Divers Access to Japanese WWII Submarine

Australia Allows Divers Access to Japanese WWII Submarine

Good news for recreational divers! After gaining approval from authorities in Tokyo, Australia announced that it will allow them to explore the wreckage of one of the Japanese midget submarines that invaded Sidney Harbor in World War II, some 70 years ago. The policy is not meant to arouse old feelings of anger or fear, […]

Welcome to Taiwan Scuba

Welcome to Taiwan Scuba

Shaped roughly like a tobacco leaf, Taiwan is an island straddling the Tropic of Cancer, with many offshore islets scattered around it, forested peaks, terraced flatlands and coastal plains and basins. Scuba diving is perhaps Taiwan’s best kept secret with more than forty years of history. More and more divers are now discovering Taiwan, making […]

Australia’s Best Dive Sites

Australia’s Best Dive Sites

Australia is a renowned holiday destination for a number of reasons. It has great beaches, bustling cities and a warm and sunny climate. However, one of the reasons many holidaymakers fly to Australia is the abundance of great locations for adventure sports and in particular diving. Here are the best five dive sites in Australia. […]

Diving in Sydney

Diving in Sydney

Exploring the great wonders of the ocean is really fun and adventurous. And it’s not a surprise why scuba diving is considered one of the most popular water sports all over the globe. When it comes to diving in Sydney, the Harbor City offers amazing opportunities, as it’s blessed with a large number of dive […]

Australia to Create World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Coral Sea

Australia to Create World’s Largest Marine Reserve in Coral Sea

Coral Sea is known as one of the planet’s greatest biodiversity hotspots and if you are a bit adventurous, a trip to the Coral Sea Reefs might just be the best trip for you. But wait, Australian government has come out with a proposal to establish the world’s biggest marine protection zone, planned to cover […]

Spreets to Offer PADI Scuba Diving Course for $287

Spreets to Offer PADI Scuba Diving Course for $287

Breaking news for all scuba diving lovers – a top scuba diving course (involving all the equipment) is on sale! Spreets, which operates the best deals in Australia website and the team at Divers Service in Adelaide, reduces the original price of $750 for 62 percent, so that you can now save $463. This unique […]

Scuba Diving In September and October

Scuba Diving In September and October

Autumnal Diving For half of the globe September and October are the last hurrahs of summer, fading into autumn. This feeling that the warm days are slipping away (especially in the north of Europe!) can spur even the most lethargic of divers to look to the travel agents for a possible dive spot. The problem […]

Diving in Great Barrier Reef Australia

Diving in Great Barrier Reef Australia

World’s biggest single structure made by the living organisms, also known as The Great Barrier Reef of Australia (Queensland) and acclaimed world wide as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is a “hot spot for thrill seekers”. Endowed with richness of biodiversity, covering around 900 islands, like Palm Island, Havannah Island etc, stretching […]

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