Take an online dive trip to a Brisbane site or an overseas destination that we have personally visited.
An alphabetical list of wreck sites around Australia and the Pacific that are accessible to scuba divers.
Moreton Bay is protected by Stradbroke Island and Moreton Island, which gives us dives inside the bay and in the open ocean. The sites range from coral gardens in a marine reserve, to a favourite spot where manta rays feed, or gentle reef slopes ideal for drift diving, or drop-offs, as well as wrecks in deep water, and an artificial reef.
The former HMAS Brisbane was scuttled 2.9 nautical miles east of Mudjimba Island near Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast at a depth of 28 metres.
There are numerous dive sites on Queensland's Gold Coast and just over the border in northern New South Wales.
The SS Yongala sank during a cyclone in 1911 and lies on its starboard side in 30 metres.
The Solomon Islands are world-renown for their wreck diving and World War II history, not to mention the abundant marine life, pelagic fish, spectacular wall dives with superb visibility.
The SS President Coolidge is visited by thousands of divers each year who marvel at the belongings left by 5,000 troops and the fixtures and fittings of a pre-WW2 trans-Pacific liner.
Come on a luxury liveaboard cruise in Fiji from Nadi through Bligh Water to Vatu-I-Ra and Namena Island.
Diving on the ten best Japanese WWII ship wrecks in Truk Lagoon, Micronesia. These include the San Francisco Maru, Fujikawa Maru, Aikoku Maru, Shinkoku Maru, Heian Maru, Rio de Janeiro Maru, Shotan Maru.
A comprehensive diving check list that includes everything except the kitchen sink!