PADI recently interviewed PADI Divemaster Christian McGuire from Go Dive Brisbane. Christian provided some great insights into the life of a PADI Divemaster. PADI – Tell us a bit about yourself. Christian – I’m a Divemaster at Go Dive Brisbane. I also have my own business and love travelling to […]Read more ›
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Arizona State University tourism student Matt Cernik swapped cactus for coral when he signed up for an internship with Great Barrier Reef operator and PADI Member, Passions of Paradise. “In Phoenix, where I’m from, the only waves to be seen are the daunting heat waves which rise off the desert […]Read more ›
Congratulations to Sail Ningaloo, winning gold for Western Australia’s leading Ecotourism Operator, and bronze in the Adventure Tourism category at the Western Australia Tourism Awards. Sail Ningaloo are proudly carbon neutral, having calculated and offset their carbon emissions. Lannie and Luke Riley, owner operators, introduced liveaboard sailing tours to Coral Bay […]Read more ›
The Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) is delighted to announce that Abyss Scuba Diving from Ramsgate NSW, has received an award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to PADI Instructor Development’. Drew Richardson, President and CEO of PADI Worldwide presented the award to Peter Letts, owner of Abyss Scuba Diving at the […]Read more ›
Congratulations to 4 thrill-seeking ladies, Samantha Patterson-Ross, Rachael Fallon, Andrea Payne and Leah Hurley who have recently become the first female PADI Explorer Rebreather Instructors in Australia! Under the expert instruction of PADI Course Directors, Peter Letts and Jamie Miller and using the Hollis Explorer Sports Rebreather, (a hybrid semi-closed rebreather) […]Read more ›
The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulates), commonly referred to as the Napoleon wrasse, Maori wrasse, or Napoleon fish, can be found hanging around coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific Oceans “from the Red Sea and the coast of East Africa to the central Pacific, south from Japan to New Caledonia”. Most people […]Read more ›