Diving the caves & cenotes of Yucatan, Mexico – Fri 7 July, 7pm

Submitted by on Fri, 23 June 2017, 10:36
GUE Instructor Nick Schoeffler will present on a fabulous dive destination. The caves and Cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico have been attracting divers for years, and are the subject of exploration, videos and books. Come along to this month’s meeting to hear about diving in the region, some of the recent projects in the area, and footage of Continue Reading...
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Kokoda Trek information evening – Thurs 29 June, 7pm

Submitted by on Fri, 23 June 2017, 10:26
Kokoda Historical will be conducting an information evening for us.  They  will talk about the trek, requirements and what to expect.  They provide a complete living history experience and focus not only on the exciting adventure of the trek itself but also on the historical events as they happened. If you would like to learn more about the trek, as Continue Reading...
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June news

Submitted by on Fri, 16 June 2017, 13:11
Welcome to Winter!  Whatever you do, don’t let the cool days put you off your diving!  Diving in temperate waters is at its best during our Winter months.  Due to less daylight hours, we get less algeal blooms in the water column meaning that our visibility improves. Some of the best back beach dives are done in Winter due to Continue Reading...
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Submitted by on Tue, 23 May 2017, 14:28
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Diving Rabaul & the Mask Festival in PNG

Submitted by on Thu, 18 May 2017, 10:54
On the 26th of May, at 7pm, we will be holding an information evening for our upcoming trip to Rabaul, Papua New Guinea. Ian Lockwood, the head of our partner travel agency will be a guest speaker on the night and there to answer any questions you might have about the destination. Rabaul has a rich military history making it Continue Reading...
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May SCUBA news

Submitted by on Mon, 08 May 2017, 15:18
So I’m sitting here typing this newsletter feeling like I should be somewhere else!  I’m meant to be in Vanuatu at the moment but mother nature has decided to work her magic and throw a tropical cyclone straight at Vanuatu! Never mind, these things happen and are a reminder that there is absolutely nothing that can be done about that! Continue Reading...
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Easter trading hours & April news

Submitted by on Thu, 13 April 2017, 17:32
Easter trading hours & April news GOOD FRIDAY: CLOSED SATURDAY 15 APRIL: OPEN 9am – 5pm SUNDAY 16 APRIL: OPEN 11am – 5pm MONDAY 17 APRIL: CLOSED TUESDAY 18 APRIL: OPEN 9am – 5.30pm The month of March provided us with a kaleidoscope of weather patterns and some awesome diving opportunities showcasing the best of the best of Port Phillip Continue Reading...
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March news….

Submitted by on Fri, 03 March 2017, 19:21
Being a child of a migrant family that came to Australia in the early 70’s, I’m fortunate enough to have experienced what it is like to live in another country, albeit I was only 11 when my parents made the trip from France to Australia with a grand total of 4 suit cases and 3 children, and I still have Continue Reading...
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White Night – Underwater

Submitted by on Wed, 15 February 2017, 11:25
For those of you who will be venturing out to Melbourne’s White Night on 18 February, we thought we would compile a list of the most interesting visual events of the evening according to Scuba Culture – of course, all of them have a water theme!           The Medusa Also known as Water Medusas, The Medusa Continue Reading...
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