Cherubs Cave is not a popular dive site near Brisbane. Yet, it’s one of the best diving spots in the…
Many divers who live in Brisbane would catch a plane to go diving on beautiful reefs. But only a few of them thought of making the effort to go scuba diving Flinders Reef, the best coral reef you can reach as a day trip from the city.
Snorkelling Magnetic Island was one of my favourite activities on the island. It is sometimes even described as a snorkeller’s paradise as there are many spots with warm, shallow water. I spent hours researching on the best places on Magnetic Island for snorkelling and ended up with a great list. Check it out!
You don’t want to miss this article if you’re thinking of scuba diving Tangalooma Wrecks on Moreton Island, or if you’re wondering if it’s better than snorkelling. Find out the different options to organise your scuba diving trip to Moreton Island, and the important things to know for scuba diving Tangalooma Wrecks.
The SS Yongala wreck has the excellent reputation of being one of the best diving sites in the world and some might say it’s the best one on the Great Barrier Reef. Learn from my experience and read these essential tips to plan your SS Yongala Dive, including the best time to dive Yongala and where to stay.
Nelson Bay in Port Stephens is a fantastic destination, as a day or weekend trip from Sydney or as an excellent detour during a Sydney to Brisbane road trip on Australia’s East Coast. Learn more about things to do in Nelson Bay to plan your visit and don’t miss these amazing must-dos and must-sees.
There are many ways to enjoy the Great Barrier Reef, and a long weekend trip to Heron Island may be my favourite. You’ll fall in love just with the photos but also read these tips to optimise your visit. When is the best season? What to bring? What to do if you don’t dive nor snorkel?
Leave Narooma behind for the best seal and penguin experience in NSW. In Montague Island, it is easy to snorkel or dive with seals and see the cute little penguins racing back to the island for sunset. It’s an amazing protected place on Australia’s East Coast that all nature lovers will fall in love with.
Scuba diving Australia is amazing. If you’re travelling on the East Coast, you’ll have opportunities to enjoy some of the world’s best scuba diving sites. Here’s the ultimate list of the best diving sites in Australia (Queensland & New South Wales) with quick notes on why they made it to the list. Map included!
Diving South West Rocks is a fantastic experience. Not only does it hosts an amazing marine life diversity, but it is also a memorable dive through one of the longest caves you can explore with a simple Open Water certification! Find out why Fish Rock Cave is one of my favourite diving spot in Australia…