Whether you are an experienced or beginner diver, maybe new to snorkelling, we will tailor make your adventure to suite you. All dives have a professionally certified PADI dive leader to guide you around the site. We offer PADI dive courses for all levels and fun dives at the most unbelievable dive sites in Australia including the Tangalooma Wrecks: One of the most famous wrecks on Moreton Island is the Tangalooma Wrecks. Fifteen vessels that were deliberately sunk to form a breakwall for small boats also creating an amazing wreck dive and snorkel site. An adventure that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Julian Rocks: The interaction of tropical and temperate species makes every dive an exhilarating adventure, not to mention the Grey Nurse Sharks from May to September. The three minute boat trip to the rock is almost as exciting: surfing the waves sometimes accompanied by playful dolphins. EX HMAS Brisbane: A former Royal Australian Navy warship now in 28m of water, is a growing artificial reef and a world-class dive site that is known as one of Australia\'s premier wreck dive destinations. Reef Dives: On the beautiful Sunshine Coast, divers will have the opportunity to witness an abundant marine life. Expect to see tropical fish, crayfish, starfish, turtles, sea whips, gorgonians, stingrays, moray eels, wobbegong sharks, coral trout and small groper, not to mention the numerous hard and soft corals, nudibranch species and sea sponges. We also visit Flinders reef located at Moreton Island, ask us about our Reef and Wreck dive package. PADI Courses including Introductory Dives, Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Dive Master and specialty Courses. Snorkelling adventures on ship wrecks or reefs, all experience levels welcome from 8 years old.
Between June and November, you can spot whales from many scenic spots along the beautiful Sunshine Coast coastlines. Energetic humpback whales travel north to the Great Barrier Reef to mate and calf before migrating South with their calves
One of Queensland’s whale hot spots is at the Beautiful Sunshine Coast, around 90 minutes north of Brisbane. See their playful antics on a whale watching tour with a maximum of 12 people, this way you will have uninterrupted views of these amazing animals. Each year in June to November, the arrival of the humpback whales is celebrated on the Sunshine Coast as it is right in the middle of ‘humpback highway’ which is the perfect opportunity to see whales in the wild. For a truly unforgettable experience, book today
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