Australasia Dive Destinations
There are thousands of gorgeous Pacific Islands, sun-drenched, tranquil and lush with vegetation both on land and under the water where you can really loose yourself and experience the rich culture and history.
From Australia and New Zealand to Fiji and the Solomon Islands there is so much to explore! The Pacific Islands house some of the best underwater wrecks in the world illustrating its terrific history during WW2. There are an infinite number of secluded islands with miles and miles of pristine reefs and crystal-clear waters teeming with tropical fish, corals and large pelagics.
Spending time anywhere in Australasia is pure bliss. The friendly people and perfect weather are an added bonus to the truly spectacular diving opportunities. There are plenty of live-aboard options, dive centres and beautiful diving resorts awaiting your arrival and with thousands of amazing dive sites to experience, there really is something for every level of diver, including tech diving.
Experience diving with thousands of colourful fish, swim with dolphins, explore underwater caves, submarine-wrecks and the spectacular Great Barrier Reef!
The Cook Islands of the South Pacific have perfectly clear waters with gently sloping colourful reefs that dramatically drop off into the Pacific abyss.
Fiji makes up almost 200,000 sq km of tropical paradise in the South Pacific with beautiful reefs, tropical species and large pelagic visitors - something for everyone!
These gorgeous islands are honeymoon-perfect for relaxation and exploration! French Polynesia is a South Pacific sanctuary for marine life from rays, sharks and turtles to dolphins and whales.
The Marshall Islands are a haven for all marine life and an absolute MUST for all wreck enthusiasts hosting the largest diveable wreck and only aircraft carrier in the world -the USS Saratoga.
Home to world famous Chuuk 'Truk' Lagoon -a Narvana for wreck enthusiasts and tech divers, huge manta rays in Yap and terrific drop-offs in Palau, this tropical haven is a MUST on every divers' wish list!
Home to the largest Lagoon in the world, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and second largest reef, these perfect conditions make for exquisite diving, pristine conditions and diverse marine life.
New Zealand, known for its natural beauty, is a land of diversity offering spectacular diving from the famous Poor Knights to southern Fiordland, experience giant kelp forests, sub-tropical reefs and even ice-diving!
The Solomon Islands are a wonderland for divers offers some of the Pacific's finest dive sites from gorgeous reefs, drops-offs and lagoons to hundreds of wrecks from huge destroyers to submarines and airplanes - a treat for divers everywhere!