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October news

Submitted by on Thu, 11 October 2018, 14:15
With the footy season over and 4 days this week in the 20’s things are looking up for diving! Diving has benefited from a lack of rain over Winter providing divers with amazing visibility at many dive sites, with windy conditions however often being the factor behind boat dive cancellations. Having said that, our club shore and pier dives have Continue Reading...
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September news

Submitted by on Tue, 04 September 2018, 16:55
Finally it’s over! We’ve seen the back end of Winter!!! WHOOOOHOOOOOO.  But it sure went out with a BANG with the coldest back to back mornings for 60 years! Hopefully Spring brings us warmth and sunshine, no wind and calm seas… Certainly a couple of recent sunny days over the weekend before last got people thinking diving again with some Continue Reading...
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Positions vacant!

Submitted by on Fri, 24 August 2018, 12:29
Established in 1999, Scuba Culture is a Diamond SSI Instructor Training facility located in Burwood, Victoria.  We are looking for the ultimate customer service professional who will only be happy with the very best in all aspects of their interaction with our divers.       SCUBA CULTURE is the winner of the prestigious AUSTRALASIAN DIVELOG MAGAZINE “Best City Dive Continue Reading...
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August SCUBA news

Submitted by on Wed, 22 August 2018, 10:55
With a third of our PNG dive crew only returning to Australia on the 27 July following their extension walking the Kokoda track, we look forward to a reunion of all PNG divers and non divers to have a big catch up and to hear all about the Kokoda adventure. Our return from the Gili Islands and PNG has also Continue Reading...
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GILI ISLANDS TRIP REVIEW

Submitted by on Fri, 06 July 2018, 14:24
Only 3 weeks ago, we returned from spending a week with an amazing bunch of divers in the Gili Islands, Indonesia. Without having been there before, I didn’t really know what to expect apart from the feedback from colleagues who had been there prior. I must say that the trip exceeded my personal expectations on all levels and as far Continue Reading...
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Scuba updates & Product recall

Submitted by on Thu, 28 June 2018, 15:02
We’ve got all the info for you, right from the horse’s mouth! Friday 29 June, 7pm, come in and meet Simon Doughty, GM at Fiji’s #1 dive resort – Voli Voli Beach resort!  This presentation will open your eyes at dive travel alternatives that are available to you via our relationship with Voli Voli as an individual, a family or Continue Reading...
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JUNE NEWS

Submitted by on Tue, 05 June 2018, 13:11
Here we are, just days away from jumping on a Garuda Airlines flight to the Gili Islands to spend a week diving clear waters in bath like conditions right down to the water temperature!  Yep… the Winter water temperatures drop down as far as 27 degrees C!!!  How will we cope? You don’t have to dream of this, you can Continue Reading...
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Drysuit Try dive day

Submitted by on Tue, 15 May 2018, 16:44
Try out any or all of the 3 SCUBAPRO drysuits on the market with SCUBA CULTURE – Saturday 2 June at the Ashburton Pool – 8 Warner Avenue Ashburton. Please send us an RSVP if attending. Special offer on the day. Get fitted out by Mr. Scubapro himself Brett Blackwell.  Info@scubaculture.com.au...
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May news

Submitted by on Tue, 15 May 2018, 16:33
Well, it had to come to an end… Our run of wonderful weather appears to have finished. Having said that, we look ahead to next month and a full dive trip to the Gili Islands and to PNG the following month again with a full trip to Rabaul and Kokoda. As we look towards these dive trips the timing couldn’t be Continue Reading...
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April news

Submitted by on Thu, 19 April 2018, 16:08
March 2018 will certainly go down in history as a month that threw up some challenges for our divers and dive training calendar with wholesale cancellations and deferrals to other dates left right and centre! An early Easter moon cycle also witnessed the Spider Crab migration into the Bay a lot earlier that what we’ve been accustomed to and true Continue Reading...
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