Temperate crystal-clear waters, shipwrecks and schooling fish in the thousands combine for some of the best scuba diving in Tasmania.
Many of our favorite underwater critters are well camouflages. Which are the hardest to spot marine creatures? Here are our pics for the top five — happy hunting!
Local divers and ocean lovers in Melbourne, Australia have started a campaign in Port Phillip Bay to put a stop to illegal ray mutilation and slaughter.
Tiny Tasmania may not pop to mind when you consider dive destinations, but maybe it should. Here are the top five reasons to dive in Tasmania.
If you’re diving in Santo Island, Vanuatu, you’ll visit the wreck of the SS President Coolidge of course, but there are some other fantastic dives as well.
The whimsical-looking weedy seadragon lives only along the coast of southeastern Australia. What’s the best way for a diver to see one?
Although the demands and dangers associated with cave diving are far greater than diving a tropical reef, the rewards can be just as great.
Whether you’d like to learn or you’ve been diving this way for a while, the world of technical diving in Vanuatu has something for everyone.
Piers and jetties are home to a wide variety of marine life, and offer an exciting opportunity for underwater exploration. What are some of the best pier diving sites around the world?
There’s a bit of an explorer in all scuba divers, so discovering a new dive site can be a real treat. Here are our top tips for finding that next underwater gem.
Although a professional underwater photography set-up is enviable, amateur underwater photographers can nonetheless take great shots with a compact camera. Here’s how.
Each winter, thousands of melon-sized crabs crawl across the sea floor in Port Philip Bay, Victoria. Here’s what you need to know to check it out.
Long known for political unrest, this small Southeast Asian nation is an undiscovered gem with it comes to scuba diving.