Some dive sites beg for extended bottom time. Steve’s Bommie, on the Great Barrier Reef, will leave you wishing you could stay underwater forever.
Ready to have your mind blown? BBC is set to release a sequel to the award-winning 2001 ocean documentary Blue Planet in early 2018 and here’s your first peek.
Australia’s Coral Sea boasts a staggering array of dive sites. Here are the top five Coral Sea dive sites, in no particular order.
There’s been a lot of discussion in the news lately about bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Local operator Mike Ball weighs in on the situation.
Dwarf minke whales are seasonal visitors each winter on the northern Great Barrier Reef. Get up close and personal with Mike Ball Dive Expeditions.
Off the northeastern coast of Australia lies the Coral Sea, a region of plunging depths and steep seamounts. Oh, and plenty of sharks.
Sydney shark dives offer divers the chance to see numerous species. And all they’ve got to do is walk into the water from the beach.
Every year giant cuttlefish gather together to court and mate. And every year some lucky divers get to witness it!
Although it’s most famous for the iconic Opera House, the macro diving in Sydney Harbor holds at least as much appeal underwater.
This short video, shot in Australia, shows how simultaneously vulnerable and resilient our coral reefs are in the face of bleaching.
A snorkeler gets more than he bargained for when a great white shows up to check him out. He ended up with some great footage, and an epic story to tell!
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.
Even though these seadragons are about a foot long, they are surprisingly hard to see, so swim slowly once you arrive at the kelp.
The Great Barrier Reef. It’s iconic. It’s majestic. It’s the only living organism visible from outer space.