We teach all scuba diving courses from entry level to the more advanced courses, to suit all levels of divers and non-divers.
Take a full day and discover the amazing underwater world of Western Australia safely with top scuba diving instructors and have an unforgettable experience.
On completion of the Scuba Experience Day, all payments and skills mastered will be credited when you decide to continue with your scuba diving course.
The aim is to grow the sport and give you an underwater experience that you will never forget.
This is the first course to become a certified diver. It provides the fundamental knowledge and skills to scuba dive.
Upon successful completion of this course graduates are considered competent to engage in open water diving activities without supervision, provided the diving activities and the areas dived approximate those of training.
Advanced Diver Course is design for divers to explore new dive sites and undertake exclusive activities.
This course allows individuals to learn about specialties and diving activities of particular interest. Your confidence and skill as a diver will increase while you experience the excitement of learning more about the underwater world.
During training students can complete some of the following activities navigation, night, low visibility diving, rescue, search boat and deep diving.
This course is to provide the diver with the information necessary to utilize EANx as a breathing medium.
The course may be taught as stand –alone specialty course to certified divers or the knowledge and practical skills training may be integrated into other courses.
This course trains divers in the skills and knowledge needed to manage the risk s and effectively handle limited in-water problems and diving emergencies.
This course is to provide the diver with the skills and knowledge needed to gain experience and minimize the risk in wreck diving.
Wreck diving is defined as diving around a sunken vessel, aircraft or debris field.
This course is designed to train experienced and knowledgeable divers to organize and conduct enjoyable open water dives for certified divers.
At one point or another, many divers have found themselves alone during a dive, whether it was intentional or not.
Solo Diving is the practice of self reliant scuba diving without a “dive buddy.”Solo diving, once considered technical diving and discouraged by most certification agencies, is now seen by many experienced divers and some certification agencies as an acceptable practice for those divers suitably trained and experienced.
Rather than relying on the traditional buddy diving safety system, solo divers should be skilled in self-sufficiency and willing to take responsibility for their own safety while diving.
This course is to provide the diver with the skills and knowledge needed to enjoy underwater photography while minimize the risk of such activities.
This is a course of underwater camera techniques and underwater photo problems.
OZDiver Magazine is a free Quarterly online magazine that will cater for the whole scuba diving community all over the world and focus on the Australian diving community.
This magazine is dedicated to all things scuba related and will keep divers up to date with the latest scuba diving news.