Dive Girls
02/26/2017 at 02:22. Facebook
Four brilliant dives with these awesome people, and they guys at South West Rocks Dive Centre. Pete, Kevin, Steve and the crew always look after us well Today we had to baby girl grey nurse sharks, cuttlefish eggs, eagle, marble and bat rays, and more fish than you can poke a pointer at! Sadly my beloved Aqua Lung Australia New Zealand dive knife has gone to the ocean so if you dive the area...
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Dive Girls
02/25/2017 at 02:29. Facebook
Dive time! We're heading into the cave at South West Rocks ????
Photo: Ian Leishman
South West Rocks Dive Centre
Dive Girls
02/21/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Came across a Maori wrasse at Flat Rock in the weekend. It's the most Southern one I've seen so far! There were actually two of them, but neither were letting me get too close!
Say hello! A green turtle on our Flinders Reef dove in Moreton Bay yesterday
Photo by Mark Patterson
Beautiful day for a dive at the Gold Coast Seaway today Vis was absolutely amazing, and the amount of fish life around was incredible! Sadly lots of rubbish - fishing line, lures, hooks, nets, sinkers etc. there are regular cleanups in the area, but the rubbish keeps on coming
Jumped in for a dip at the Tweed River yesterday with these two lovely ladies. The vis was 20m+ with a bit of cornflake, and water was a very comfy 27 degrees. We spent some time doing SMB practise - important to do to ensure our skills remain current.
Thanks to Pete at Tweed Seasports for gas
Another great weekend on North Stradbroke Island. The conditions weren't the greatest, but we had four great dives anyway
We've got another weekend in March, and the last for the manta season in April. PM if you'd like to join us
Recently Susan and her husband Merlin spent some time with the manatees of Crystal River, thanks to Bird's Underwater Dive Center. Check out their stunning photos of these beautiful creatures
They're on the bucket list for us here in the Southern Hemisphere
Flabbergasted that there are humans like this roaming on our planet! A scroll through this page only reveals more disgusting actions. I'm not familiar with Florida's fisheries regulations, but how can this be legal?
The director of the acclaimed documentary 'Sharkwater' disappeared mysteriously after a deep dive off the coast of Key Largo on Tuesday. For 72 hours, crews scoured the ocean. On Friday, shortly after the search for Stewart was suspended, divers found his body on the bottom of the ocean floor.

What Happened to Rob Stewart?

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Sad news in the search for Rob Stewart. Thoughts and condolences for his family and close friends. The world has lost a wonderful person

BREAKING: Body Of 'Sharkwater' Director Rob Stewart Recovered – DeeperBlue.com

deeperblue.com
The search is continuing for Sharkwater film maker Rob Stewart. We are hoping desperately that he will be found soon.

Tyler MacLeod Gives Update On Search For Missing ‘Sharkwater’ Director Rob Stewart

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If you're in the region and able to help in the search of Sharkwater film maker Rob Stewart, please contact on the links provided.

Rob Stewart Goes Missing Diving in the Florida Keys

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Australia's premier dive show, OZTek - Advanced Diving Conference & Exhibition is happening this March. Fourth Element Oceania are giving you the chance to win a Gold Pass to the dive show! With inspirational speakers and new dive gear, there's plenty to check out. Click on the link for your chance to win

Win a GOLD PASS for OzTek Dive Show

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It's been a busy few days of diving! Thanks to Dive Dive Dive for gas, Dave at Gold Coast Divers for more gas, and Sunreef Diving for some brilliant dives on the HMAS Brisbane. I forgot my fear of heights for a moment and jumped off the boat I probably won't be doing that again...
You can tell they've loved the manta dives!
Day one of our January Manta Madness trip full full of BIG things! Lots of shovel nosed rays, marble rays, manta rays, leopard sharks, octopus holding hands (mating), barracuda... the list goes on!! We had one little manta that was not shy at all and spent about half an hour swimming around the divers.
Stay tuned for the video from day two!!
Song credit: Notion, by Tash Sultana
We got to play with this manta baby today
How awesome is this! Schooling hammerheads? Yes please! Let's hope we see them when we're visiting next month