Dive locations

From our home turf to around the world, these are the locations we've dived

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Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand – March 2017

Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand – March 2017

Poor Knights Islands is a group of islands that sits off the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Designated a marine reserve, it’s home to many creatures, large and small. If you’re really lucky, you could encounter a whale shark – as they did the week before we...

Langkawi, Malaysia – December 2015

Well, I went to Langkawi for a Christmas getaway with a friend, with the aim of simply sunbathing and not doing much else. So, I took only my mask and dive computer with me, knowing that at best I'd probably only do one day's diving. Just as well too, because there...

Tofo – February 2015

You may recall that in June last year Carolyn and I went to Lady Elliot Island for our birthdays. During this trip we went to an evening talk on Manta Rays that was presented by Dr. Fabrice Jayne (aka; Dr Hottie). He told us not only about Mantas, but also about an...

Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia – Dec’14-Jan’15

Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia – Dec’14-Jan’15

We’d heard Raja Ampat described as ‘one of the most biodiverse places on earth’ – how could we not dream to go there? And when your good mates from the other side of the world have a similar agenda for New Years, oh my yes, off we went! You went where? Not ones to do...

Nelson Bay, NSW – October 2014

Nelson Bay, NSW – October 2014

For a long weekend getaway, you really don’t want to be travelling more than 2-3 hours. So from Sydney, Nelson Bay is right in the right spot if diving is on your list of activities. If you hit a good run with traffic (which we did), it’s about 2 1/2 hours north of Sydney – and has the bonus of being slightly warmer than heading south.