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Australia, Lady Elliot Island Lady Elliot Island, a small coral cay located on the southern tip of Australia’s famous Great Barrier Reef has been ranked by a number of diving institutions as one of the top 5 locations to dive with manta rays in the world....

Perennially overlooked, the Solitary Islands are a group of five landmasses off the coast of New South Wales that are finally becoming recognised for the abundance of unique nature they contain, both on the surface and under the waves. Accessed from the town of Wooli or...

Perennially renowned as one of the best wreck dives in the world, the S.S.Yongala sank on the Great Barrier Reef, 12 nautical miles off the coast of Alva Beach, Queensland. The wreck, having sunk in 1911 after a strong cyclone, has had over 100 years...

Part of the elasmobranch family, the word ‘Manta’ derives from the Spanish word for cloak, which is precisely what these ocean giants resemble when they soar through the water. There are eleven species categorised within the Mobulidae family, diversely spread around the world’s oceans, and these...

Kilsby’s Sinkhole - Located 10 minutes southwest from Mt Gambier, in the middle of a farmer’s field, Kilsby’s sinkhole in an unexpected wonder. A hazardous obstacle in previous times, the sinkhole is 20 metres in diameter at the surface, and a long 10m-drop from the surface...

Night diving is not for all divers, and that’s fine, it’s a strange sensation immersing yourself in complete darkness, not sure what is beyond your light, the creatures of the night, or the site itself. Nevertheless many divers who are apprehensive of the night can...