Reef Magic Cruises aids reef recovery on the Great Barrier Reef during Covid-19 lockdowns with MARRS Reef Stars
Perth, in Western Australia, has a thriving scuba community. Here are our picks for the top five shore dives in Perth.
It’s not just about clear water and schooling fish, the macro life on the Great Barrier Reef is amazing too.
With no tourists because of COVID-19, Australian dive tour operators are planting coral instead.
For a temperate-water destination, Melbourne has some of the most enthusiastic divers in Australia. And after diving Melbourne’s piers, it’s easy to see why.
Well-known for clear water and schooling fish, the macro life on the Great Barrier Reef is amazing too. Here are a few of our favorite critters to look for.
Calm seas, clear skies and no wind mean a glorious experience on a liveaboard to the Coral Sea, Australia.
Australia’s newest wreck, the ex-HMAS Tobruk, provides divers with another great reason to explore this stretch of the southern Great Barrier Reef.
Marine biologist and underwater photographer Johnny Gaskell recently explored the Great Barrier Reef in search of the truth on its current condition.
Diving the Quetta, a huge shipwreck from the 1880s, will bring you face to face with amazing marine life everywhere you look.
The Great Detached Reef is a little-known location on the Great Barrier Reef almost as far north as you can go. What’s it like?
The annual mass coral-spawning event on the Great Barrier Reef inspired new collaboration between tourism operators and scientists to help save the reef.
Fish Rock may just be the best Australian dive site that you’ve never heard of.
Mantas: the Maldives, Komodo, Bali, Raja Ampat…and Brisbane? That’s right, you can see mantas just offshore from Brisbane at a fantastic site called Manta Bommie.
While it’s famous for topside attractions, there are worthwhile stops beneath the water in Sydney as well. Here are our picks for the best shore dives in Sydney.
You may have heard of or seen photos of the amazing giant spider crab migration in Australia. The media attention, however, has led to rampant overfishing.
Every year between May and July, giant Australian cuttlefish aggregate by the thousands in South Australia. It’s one giant orgy — and a spectacular sight to see.
Just when you thought scuba diving in Queensland couldn’t get any better, you’ve got to add the enormous ex-HMAS Tobruk to your bucket list.