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Australia

Most international visitors associate Australia diving with the Great Barrier Reef—the largest natural reef in the world. However, the six states and two territories of this massive country offer a full selection of shipwrecks, marine life, kelp forests, and more. Browse Australian dive shops below to find the scuba diving experiences in Australia that inspire your imagination.

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  1. Pro Dive Central Coast Book now
    Killarney, New South Wales
    Australia
    Pro Dive Central Coast
    As low as $60.00
  2. Oceano Dive Centre Book now
    Wangara
    Australia
    Oceano Dive Centre
    As low as $30.00
  3. Diveline Scuba Centre Book now
    Frankston, Victoria
    Australia
    Diveline Scuba Centre
    As low as $325.00
  4. Subsurface Scuba Book now
    Mooloolaba, Queensland
    Australia
    Subsurface Scuba
    As low as $119.00
  5. Jetty Dive Centre Book now
    Coffs Harbour
    Australia
    Jetty Dive Centre
    As low as $140.00
  6. Scuba IQ Book now
    Port Douglas
    Australia
    Scuba IQ
    As low as $465.00
  7. St George Underwater Centre
    Carlton
    Australia
    St George Underwater Centre
    As low as $20.00
  8. Dive 2000
    Neutral Bay
    Australia
    Dive 2000
    As low as $249.00
  9. The Dive Shack
    Keswick
    Australia
    The Dive Shack
    As low as $99.00
  10. Divers Den
    Cairns
    Australia
    Divers Den
    As low as $85.00
  11. Abyss Scuba Diving
    New South Wales
    Australia
    Abyss Scuba Diving
    As low as $175.00
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Places to See When Scuba Diving in Australia

On the northeastern tip of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef offers diving opportunities that include 2,000 species of fish and marine life and can be accessed from the shore of the tropical tourist hubs of Cairns and Port Douglas. Moving further down the coast, the Yongala wreck off the coast of Townsville offers unforgettable diving for wreck enthusiasts, and South West Rocks is famed for its shark activity. 

If you’re making a few stops on your Australia diving trip, consider a stop at Adelaide for shipwrecks a-plenty and a trip to the Ningaloo Reef off the coast of Exmouth in Western Australia where you can enjoy this ocean paradise with whale sharks, manta rays, humpback whales, turtles, dugongs, and over 500 different species of fish.

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With so many dive shops to choose from, choosing “the one” can be a daunting task. Search Scuba was created for people just like you who want to spend less time searching and more time diving. Filter the options for scuba diving in Australia according to experience level and dive type, and discover Australia diving by making a booking today!