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.
About 30 minutes off the coast of Townsville North Queensland lies the legendary wreck of the SS Yongala, a steamship that went down in 1911 with all passengers lost.
Diving on the Great Barrier Reef is on the bucket list for many of us. If you’re taking a camera, here’s a brief guide to underwater photography on the Great Barrier Reef for beginners.
Stewards of the Great Barrier Reef are working toward greater resilience to climate events with help from some ground-breaking technology: and an underwater robot is delivering corals
The short dive season runs September through December in Western Australia’s Rowley Shoals, and it belongs on your bucket list for next year.
This new dive site off the Queensland coast is red-hot. But what makes Wolf Rock so special?
Like all the world’s coral reefs, the Great Barrier Reef is under threat. But the world’s largest living organism has some Great Barrier Reef heroes on its side.
It’s not just the deadly box jelly when it comes to jellyfish of Australia — these waters are home to many amazing species. Watch out for both the deadly and delightful on your next dive Down Under.
Timor-Leste from Below – a scuba diving web series set in the back of beyond…
The Great Barrier Reef is under constant threat from pressures of all sorts. But some passionate individuals are doing what they can by helping to grow more-resilient corals.
Known as “Australia’s Galapagos Islands,” scuba diving Christmas Island means an experience rich in biodiversity.
The muck diving in Chowder Bay, in the Sydney suburb of Mosman, offers nudibranchs, seahorses, frogfish and more.
The SS Yongala went down off Townsville, Australia in 1911, taking all its passengers with it. Now, the wreck is one of the most iconic dive sites on the Great Barrier Reef.
Each weedy seadragon, endemic to the southern shore of Australia, boasts a unique spot pattern on its belly. Divers in the area have the unique opportunity to help identify them.
It’s possible to “name a star,” usually as a gift, but now you can name your own coral reef as well, in Australia at Lord Howe Island.
A tiny dollop of sand measuring just 79 acres off the northeastern tip of Australia is home to one of the largest green turtle nesting sites in the world. Plan a visit with Mike Ball Dive Expeditions.