Snorkeling & Scuba Diving Activities for Kids in New South Wales (NSW)

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Pro Dive Central Coast
Longest established PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Centre located midway between Sydney and Newcastle. Pro-Dive offers you daily scheduled boat dives to the former warship HMAS Adelaide and surrounding reefs. Learn to scuba dive classes along with professional level training programs available weekly. Looking to get your Boat or jetski licence? Boat Licence Courses are held each Thursday evening with practical boat driving sessions on a weekend. Open 7 days morning till late. Online bookings ...
Discover some of Sydney's natural treasures with expert local Sydney tour guides. EcoTreasures specialises in Eco Tourism experiences of Sydney's Northern Beaches from Manly to Palm Beach and into Ku-ring-gai Chase and Sydney Harbour National Parks, New South Wales, Australia. EcoTreasure's mission is to provide you with an unforgettable fun, relaxing Australian experience while increasing your knowledge about Australian wildlife, environment, culture, heritage and fun things to do in Sydney.
Watersports Guru
Watersports Guru offers safe, fun and professional activities for all ages. Whether it be hiring kayaks or paddle boards, learning to surf or snorkelling with turtles we are the one stop shop for everything water based. We even run our Junior Adventure Guru (JAG) program every Sunday from 9-12 and mid week during school holidays teaching kids aged 7-12 yrs water safety, snorkelling, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and bush craft. Or if you need a party with a difference have it with us as we can ...
Dive Centre Manly
Dive Centre Manly has an extensive retail showroom offering Sydney’s largest range of Halcyon dive equipment along with the reputable brands of Oceanic and Tusa. We also have a multi award winning PADI 5 Star Instructor training centre offering a complete range of dive courses from Discover Scuba to Instructor level and beyond – including Sydney’s most talked about Learn to Dive course. Having these facilities on site helps ensure you receive realistic hands on training and avoids wasting your ...

12B Teramby Road, Nelson Bay, NSW 2315

The park provides for a wide variety of water-based recreational activities including fishing within permitted zones, whale watching, boating, swimming, snorkelling, diving and other water sports. Picnic, camping and accommodation facilities are available in several national parks local towns surrounding the marine park. Access: Numerous access points throughout Port Stephens and the Great Lakes area.

Introduction to Snorkelling – Port Stephens – Great Lakes Marine Park

From 01-01-2015 To 31-12-2016

Discover some of the rich marine life of the Port Stephens – Great Lakes Marine Park. Learn how and when to snorkel, with an introductory lesson from professional instructors at ‘Let’s Go Adventures’, ...

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Unit 3 235 Spit Rd, Mosman, NSW 2088

Terrible, rude and unprofessional


I called Southern Cross Divers on Monday morning to purchase a Nautilus Life Line (Marine VHF Radio and GPS Safety Device for Divers). Barry (the owner) said he was not in the office that day, but that they had the item in stock and assured me that I could pick it up any other day of the week between 9 am and 4 pm. We agreed I would pick it up on Wednesday. I left work early on Wednesday to get there before they closed, I arrived to the dive shop at 3:50 pm on Wednesday and it was shut. I called the mobile number that appears on their website and he answered. His attitude was very rude and unprofessional. He said literally: "You were going to pick it up today and I told you we closed at 4 love!!!" I replied it was only 3:50 and I had left work early to pick it up, he then said "You will have to return another day if you want it!" and HANG UP the phone before I could say anything else. I called him back, this time he answered and I firmly assured him he was being horribly unprofessional, and asked him for an alternative, he limited his reply to silence.... Of course, I wont be buying this item (or any other) from him ever again. Most of all, this was a horrible experience, this shop is not worthy even looking at and I am just very glad this happened while shopping for something and not out on the water (or under). I am an experienced diver (+3000 dives) and have dealt with many dive operators and shops, this one is BY FAR the WORST experience and I would advice anyone to stay away from both the shop and Barry.

Tallow Beach Road, Byron Bay, NSW 2481

Local marine habitats include a range of exposed and sheltered sandy beaches, rocky shores, rocky reefs, submerged pinnacles, small rocky islands, coral communities, riverine estuaries, coastal creeks and lakes, and a variety of sandy seabed habitats. Marine life includes many species of dolphins, seabirds, turtles, fish, seaweeds, and invertebrates such as sponges, corals and anemones. Threatened marine species that occur in the Cape Byron Marine Park include little terns, grey nurse sharks and ...
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