Australia has some of the greatest diving in the world. We have the everything from the world renowned coral system of the Great Barrier Reef, to the kelp forests of Tasmania, the crystal clear waters of WA, and the colourful sponge gardens of the Great Southern Reef. You can dive with Whales, Sharks, and even Whalesharks, plus Manta Rays, Dolphins, Seals, Seadragons and Octopus - all bucket list creatures for any avid marine life enthusiast. You can swim back into the past and explore the wrecks of WW1 submarines, gold rush tall-ships, and some of the finest vessels ever to be part of the Australian Navy.
All of this can be found in our own "back yard", so at Aquatic Adventures we run frequent trips around our great nation, exploring all the underwater bounty there is to be found. Join us for one of our Interstate trips, and discover parts of Australia you never imagined.
As a result of the ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic, our Interstate travel plans have been put on hold. Until such time as we can guarantee safe travel for our customers and staff, we feel it is better to postpone heading to other parts of the country.
However, as soon as the borders re-open we will organise trips to meet the demand of our customers. In the interim, please click Register My Interest for any of our proposed Interstate trips - we will then be in touch when we have a plan and pricing for that trip*.
*PLEASE NOTE: all trips are filled on a "first come, first served" basis, and registering your interest does not guarantee you a spot on any trip, however we will do our utmost to accommodate everyone who has registered interest.
Proposed Interstate trips
SOUTH WEST ROCKS
The world famous Fish Rock Cave, just off the coast of South West Rocks in northern NSW, is not only the best (and most easily accessible) sea cave dive in Australia, it is also home to a colony of incredible Grey Nurse Sharks. With Turtles, Rays, and much more also seen regularly this is a must do Australian dive destination.
The cool waters of Tasmania give rise to some of the best visibility in Australia. With their amazing Kelp Forests, and abundant marine life, every temperate water diver should add Tassie to their diving bucket list
Whyalla in South Australia is home to the world's largest aggregation of Giant Cuttlefish. Every year they come in their thousands to mate, and this can be easily dived from the shore. Combine this with nearby opportunities to see rarities such as Leafy Seadragons and Pyjama Squid and you should make SA a priority destination!
Ningaloo Reef, near Exmouth in Western Australia is one of the best places in the world to see Whale Sharks. With awesome wall diving also on show, this trip to one of the most far flung dive destinations in the country is a must do
Our neighbours in New South Wales have some amazing diving on their doorsteps. Whether it is diving with Australian Fur Seals, searching the the Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse, or seeing colonies of Grey Nurse Sharks, NSW has lots to offer divers
There's a lot more to the diving in QLD than the Great Barrier Reef, with some of the best remote dive locations in Australia being just off the coast of cities like Brisbane & Townsville. Explore shipwrecks & see pelagic creatures in southern QLD.