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CERTIFIED DIVING
PORT DOUGLAS 

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Our dive instructors are a team of Port Douglas locals, who has spent decades diving all over the world, so we understand that divers are looking for fun, safe, and informative dive trips, along with the chance to learn something new about the reef or to ask for tips and advice on how to improve their diving skills. Over the years, we have also enjoyed staying in contact with many of our past divers, helping them choose an amazing location for diving in other parts of the world, locating a good dive shop for their next trip or course, or offering impartial advice on selecting the right piece of equipment for their needs.

 

During our guided dive trips, we use 'Calypso,' a local dive vessel that provides generous space and comfort while diving at the Outer Reef. Our trips are full-day (0745-1630) and allow us to make up to three dives at three different dive sites. The exact spots we dive are chosen on the day, with the weather and other environmental conditions having the greatest influence on the choice. However, the dives will be on either Agincourt, Opal, St Crispins, or Tongue Reef. To learn more about where you might end up diving with us, take a look at our Dive Sites page.

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AMAZING

DIVE SITES

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EXPERT 

GUIDES

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3 DIVES AT THE OUTER REEF

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HIGH QUALITY 

EQUIPMENT

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ECO 

FOCUS

WHERE DO 
WE DIVE?

The best dive sites from Port Douglas, are found on the reefs near the edge of the continental shelf, often referred to as the "Drop-off". These are the "Outer Reefs", the most pristine locations for diving and snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef, where we can see the healthiest corals and most abundant marine life. The sites we visit from Port Douglas are on the Agincourt and Opal Reef systems, both of which can be accessed on a day trip, either on one of our scheduled trips or on a private dive charter. 

Aside from a few favourites that are on many divers wishlists - sharks and turtles being two we can think of, there is a huge variety of wildlife that can be seen on one of our trips. We can't make any promises, but we often see stingrays, lionfish, nudibranchs, sweetlips, and barracuda among a whole host of creatures!

 

For anyone visiting the reef between June and August, there is also an excellent chance of seeing Humpback whales on their annual migration, or for something even more special, the opportunity to swim with the ocean's friendliest whale - the Dwarf Minke!

TRIP DETAILS &
BOOKING INFO 

  • Swimsuit

  • Towel

  • Sunscreen

  • Hat

  • Sunglasses

  • Warm clothing during Winter months (May-September)

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