Exploring the underwater life and getting the chance to get in touch with beautiful and colorful marine creatures is a very exciting endeavour. You get to see a world that not a lot of people have the privilege to experience and you gain a better understanding of how the elements of this planet work and live together. Diving under the sea requires you to be equipped with apparatus that will help you breathe better and to be comfortable while being submerged into the water. We at Dive Imports Australia provide the best scuba equipment.
Whether you are an experienced diver or deciding to take the plunge for the first time, you can be assured that we will provide the best scuba equipment in Australia. Visit our website today and browse our products online.
To wear or not to wear, that is the question divers often ask themselves when it comes to donning dive gloves. In some places, it isn't allowed by local regulations, but in all others, they should be considered an essential piece of exposure protection. If you need some convincing, here are some good reasons to [...]
One of the great debates in the diving industry is whether or not to wear a snorkel when recreational scuba diving. In technical diving it is unanimous not to wear snorkels, but in recreational diving there are two camps and there are certainly pro’s and con’s on both sides of the camp. Dive Imports [...]
For a new diver, buying gear is the final step, the act that says "I'm committed to really enjoying diving." But if you're newly certified, how are you supposed to know what to buy? Dive Imports Australia has all of your diving needs in one stop. Whether you are an experienced diver or deciding to [...]
Diving is the best sport in the world, but like all high-adrenaline activities, things can sometimes go sideways. When they do, your level of preparation can make all the difference. There are products designed to keep you safer, but to help you stay safe, they have to be stowed in a BC pocket, clipped to [...]
We all know that scuba diving is a very enjoyable and relaxing sport, but did you know that it is truly good for your health, mind, body, and soul? Whether you are a beginner recreational diver interested in seeing the beautiful reefs of the sea in Australia, or an experienced deep sea diver who travels [...]
The weekend starts with the drive. The car is packed, work has finished, so we are off up the F3. The Friday night traffic is out but moving. Two and a half hours later and we are at Forster. We are greeted by Megan, Craig and Kirk when we arrive at the Dive Forster house. Not long after arriving [...]
Built in England 1921underwent several ownership and name changes such as Glenside andHolmlea during a long career. Weighing in at 555 GRT with a length of 51m, beam of 8m and powered by a single screw steam engine.On the 19th January 1951 whilst on a regular work journey between Sydney and Newcastle. The collier Kiama [...]
Sidemount is a scuba diving equipment configuration which has diving cylinders mounted alongside the diver, below the shoulders and along the hips, instead of on the back of the diver. It began as a configuration popular with cave diversThe same benefits for operating in confined spaces were also recognized by technical wreck diversSidemount diving is [...]