Locals call it the Green Season and this is the best time of the year to travel to Tropical North Queensland. During this time the Rainforest comes to life, it is also the time to witness Coral Spawning on the Great Barrier Reef.
This spectacular natural phenomenon happens only once a year in late spring to early summer creating what looks like an underwater snowstorm.
Between the months of September and December Cairns puts on thrilling and exciting game fishing for all keen fisherperson! Come and catch one of the largest bony fish in the world!
During the winter months, whales migrate to the Australian coast for warmer waters from their feeding grounds of Antarctica. They are accompanied by their calves making this an exciting tourist attraction for Queensland before returning to Antarctica. From as early as May you can see whales along the east coast majestically swimming alone the coast. Most of these whales have been coming for years.
As a professional scuba diver, being focused on the task at hand, whether it be guiding a group of certified divers or instructing new divers, is extremely important.
Have you heard about the Great Eight must see marine life on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia? If not continue reading...
Working in the dive industry as an instructor, teaches you a lot about people... the more you teach, the more people you meet, the more you learn!
Aside from the Great Barrier Reef itself, Queensland boasts some of Australia’s most spectacular dives based around some of the greatest shipwreck tales in history.
This week Robbie covers going from Divemaster to Scuba Diving Instructor.
Australia is one big island and the Queensland mainland coastline alone is nearly 7,000 kilometres. It is near impossible to list all the Queensland beaches but here is our top 10 beaches in Queensland; from Palm Cove to 75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island... so come along and discover our top 10 beaches.