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"A Shrink
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Great series of articles
by David F. Colvard, M.D
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AUSTRALIA



Auriga Gold Dive Adventures
Shop 8 Surfers International Trickett St Surfers Paradise
Gold Coast, Queensland, 4217 Australia
Tel. 61-7-55384331
Fax. 61-7-55384993
We provide full dive centre facilities plus have the honour of having the ONLY LIVEABOARD ON THE GOLD COAST. Experience superb diving on the Gold Coast and up to Moreton Bay, in luxury onboard the Auriga Bay II, at an economical price!
auriga@bigpond.net.au

 
 
 
 
 
 


 

 


Australia is a large and diverse country known to divers worldwide.

The Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea has expeditions suited for the adventurous diver seeking pelagics, deep walls, shark action or wreck diving.

The Rowley Shoals Marine Park in Western Australia is a chain of coral atolls on the edge of one of the widest continental shelves in the world.

Cobourg Peninsula, in the Northern Teritory northeast of Darwin, is a pristine wonderland with 100's of marine life species.

Kangaroo Island, off South Australia is an unspoiled wilderness and home to 270 fish species, seals and dolphins.

The Julian Rocks Aquatic Reserve in New South Wales is home to over 500 different species of fish. Because life around this Aquatic Reserve is influenced by both tropical and temperate currents, the marine life varies throughout the year.

The Tasman Peninsula supports numerous giant kelp forests towering up to 90 ft upward. If you are a photographer, you are in heaven.

Port Phillip Bay in Victoria boasts colorful reefs and walls. It is also know as the "Shipwreck Coast" with over 70 wrecks to explore.

These are but a few areas Australia has to offer. Visibility is usually excellent just about any palce you dive, but due to the sheer size of Australia and the different climates, water temperature temperatures can vary greatly. Check with the operators in the specific area you would like to visit.



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