Featured Blogs

  • Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

    Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

    For the month of February, the waters’ of Adelaide have a resident janitor. Dedicated to cleaning the ocean floors around Adelaide’s many jetties and dive sites on a daily basis. Kate Wilkins has decided to take matters into her own hands and tackle the big issue of rubbish in our […]

  • My PADI Story: Sarah Richard, Scuba Writer and PADI Pro

    My PADI Story: Sarah Richard, Scuba Writer and PADI Pro

      Not content with a steady job in a bank, Sarah Richard sold all of her worldly possessions and took the first plane headed east! This is the story of how Sarah, editor of girlsthatscuba.com, found inspiration through travel and diving, shaping her life as a writer and PADI Professional. […]

  • How to Know When to Replace Your Dive Gear

    How to Know When to Replace Your Dive Gear

    Quality scuba gear can last for years if well maintained, but it isn’t designed to last forever. Equipment problems cause 15% of scuba diving fatalities according to DAN. Sadly, these problems are mainly due to lack of maintenance and improper use of the equipment. As a general rule, if your […]

  • Our Love Letter to Scuba Diving

    Our Love Letter to Scuba Diving

    Have I ever told you how you have changed my world and how my life has never been the same since I met you? It’s true. I think about you all of the time, when I am at work, at home and even in my sleep. I can’t wait until […]

  • Aliens of the Ocean: Bumphead Parrotfish

    Aliens of the Ocean: Bumphead Parrotfish

    Photo by Sarah Wormald Sci-fi movies often speculate about aliens, Martians and all things from outer space but when taking a look at the bumphead parrotfish it seems as though Hollywood film makers may have been inspired by life from under the ocean rather than outer space. When you imagine […]