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Rain doesn’t dampen Perth Scuba diver spirit

After hours spent deciding on a dive site from the many wonderful places WA has to offer on Sunday 17 April 2016, the Manta Club decided to pay point peron a visit. With the Morning showers raining down threatening to dampen our spirit it quickly turn to positive vibes once we got wet and under. […]

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Snapper, wrasse and trevally visit Rockingham

Everyone arrived at the shop at 8:30am for bacon and eggs on Sunday 10 April 2016. We didn’t have many dive site options so the majority vote was Rockingham wreck trail.

Once we arrived at the site everyone set up then got into the water. After choosing the best descent point we split into buddy pairs then went […]

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Big moray eel cruises the wall

Everyone arrived at Coogee north wall 7 April 2016, we had 16 people in total. I gave my brief then we got into the water. The viz wasn’t the best at the start but as we swam up the wall it got a lot better.

On the way up the wall we came across a nice […]

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My first ever overseas diving holiday

I’ll never forget my first ever overseas diving holiday… it was to the Solomon Islands.

They say the first overseas diving trip is always the best and I can tell you the Solomon Islands is a diving destination which sits right up there.  The Solomon Islands has it all! Big marine creatures; Sun Fish, Mantas, Cool […]

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Cottesloe reef on Easter Sunday

Everyone arrived at the shop on Easter Sunday 27 March 2016 for a sausage sizzle and hot cross buns. Due to the low winds Dom suggested we go to Cottesloe so after breakfast I gave a dive brief then we made our way down.

Once we arrived we made the trek down the stairs and into the water. […]

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Imagine a world with more plastic than fish

Can you imagine an ocean with more plastic than fish?
More bottles, bags, fishing line and plastic fragments by weight than fins in the sea?
That’s our future if we continue on our current path according to a new report released by the World Economic Forum and Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
That’s why tackling the marine debris issue remains […]

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Exploring the Gareenyup wreck

Tonight’s (23/3/16) weekly night dive was at the north mole in Fremantle. It was looking pretty windy in the afternoon but the wind was South Easterly which is good as the harbour wall protects the dive site from wind coming from that direction. Once in the car park it was great to see a lovely calm flat dive site […]

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Gobble guts, Leatherjackets, Flounder, Squid & Crabs

Last Wednesday (16/3/16) once again we were night diving the river, again due to the strong winds whipping the ocean up. This time we were at Bicton Baths……..and what a turn out! The car park was more than full as we had 23 divers in total.  We had several people going to have a crack at catching some […]

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Plenty of sea life at South Mole Fremantle

Everyone arrived at Perth Scuba Sunday morning for the weekly club dive on 13 March 2016. After breakfast we made our way to South Mole.

Once at South Mole the 19 of us got ready and entered the water. After a short surface swim over the shallow reef we made our descent and started our swim up the […]

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Ningaloo Dive and Sail Adventure

Ever thought that you need to go overseas to get impeccable service and experiences from a live-aboard dive trip?
What if I told you that not two hours from Perth you can be sitting on a beautiful catamaran in stunning, clear waters with service, safety and diving that blows you away? No 30 hour flights and […]

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Perth Scuba PADI Diver Courses

Dive Courses

Perth Scuba offers dive training from beginners starting at PADI Open Water Diver, all the way up to PADI Instructor professional level training at their Career Development Centre in Canning Vale, Western Australia

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