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Blackwall Reach night dive

Blackwall Reach Club Dive
Wednesday 17 October 2018

Blackwell reach is a night dive site full of whatever you want to make it. Buoy 716 offers a barge wreck that kept us occupied for over 30mins at 15m with adult male and female Boxfish (Shaws and Smooth), Seahorse, fornicating crabs, cobbler and a funky nudibranch species to […]

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Good visibility, huge octopus and large Talmas

Manta Club dive at Ammo Jetty
Good visibility, a huge octopus, and a couple of large Talmas
Sunday 30 September 2018
This Sunday morning was close to perfect for diving, regardless of the recently published 70% chance of rain and 18 knots of wind. It was dry, sunny and calm on the water. At the pre-dive batbeque, […]

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North Coogee wall night dive

North Coogee Wall 
Wednesday 27 September 2018

This Wednesday nights club dive was at North Coogee wall. With the temperature up we had ten keen divers ready to go.
After a brief and a snap we made our way out and made our descent. Following the wall we spotted a few boxfish, rays and bulls eyes. Then towards […]

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WIN a Paralenz Dive Camera+

WIN your own Paralenz Dive Camera. Perth Scuba and our awesome friends at Paralenz are giving you the opportunity to win one of these fantastic Paralenz sports cameras worth $999! 

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Swimming with dolphins and cuttlefish

This Sunday morning was perfect for diving again, the wind was absent and was from the easterly direction; the water surface was free of ripples, and it was quite sunny. After attending the pre-Club-Dive barbecue, fourteen of the divers headed towards Kwinana Grain Terminal. The visibility was 5-6 meters maximum, and slightly better in deeper sections of this spacious dive site.

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Manta Club dive at Point Peron

Plenty of sun, caverns, dolphins, and a large sting ray
The swells and winds slowed down recently, and we had perfect sunny conditions at many dive sites, and also at Point Peron, where it all looked really good today.  After our barbeque, we headed there to see near-flat water surface and the visibility was at least […]

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Coogee Marine Park

Coogee Marine Park
Sunday 12 August 2018

 

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Chidley Point club night dive

Chidley Point club night dive 
8 August 2018

Wednesday nights club dive was held at Childley Point. 4 keen divers braved the 16 degrees water temp to catch themselves a feed of crabs and prawns . With poor vis to start with the deeper we got the better it was. The prawns were scarce and one […]

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Perth Scuba now offers rEvo CCR rebreather training

rEvo Closed Circuit Rebreathers arrive!
Perth Scuba now offers Closed Circuit Rebreather Diver Training on the rEvo CCR with TDI Instructor Joseph Bicanic.
Why dive a rEvo?

Easy to use
Easy work of breathing (WOB)
Proven reliability, durability & redundancy
CE rated to 100 metres
Customised build options, including titanium for travel 
Highest diver & instructor training standards of any CCR
AND available for […]

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Bicton Baths night dive crab catching

Bicton Baths
21 July 2018

With the weather not so great this Wednesday night we decided to go look for some crabs and prawns down at Bicton Baths. With three keen divers then another two late comers, I gave my brief then made our way out to the middle.
With all the rain the water was nice and clear so […]

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Ammunition Jetty night dive

Ammunition Jetty 
27 June 2018

This Wednesday night the Perth Scuba team planned to dive the famous Ammo Jetty and with a slight break in the weather we had a good opportunity. After a brief and a photo we made our way down.
After a little swim out past the swell we made our descent. Not far out we […]

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5 Tips to Say Goodbye to Single-Use Plastics Today

5 Tips to Say Goodbye to Single-Use Plastics Today

Since the 50s, plastic production has skyrocketed. If this trend continues, more than 250 million tons are estimated to end up in our ocean by 2025. Once in the ocean, plastic can seriously harm and kill wildlife like whales and sea turtles, plus concerns for human health […]

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