Flat Back Turtle Nesting Season in Pilbara (Nov to April)

By |2020-10-27T16:36:06+08:00October 27th, 2020|Categories: Pilbara Region, Shore Dives, Tours|

The flatback turtle is named for the relative flatness of its shell, one of the characteristics that distinguish it among the 7 species of turtles known worldwide. The flatback is a lesser-known species of sea turtle, perhaps because unlike other turtles they do not migrate long distances. They have the smallest geographic range of any turtles [...]

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10 Scuba Diving Health Benefits

By |2020-09-24T20:49:11+08:00September 24th, 2020|Categories: Pilbara Region, Tours|

Dive Your Way to a Healthier You! When most people think about scuba diving they picture vibrant coral reefs, sea turtles and colourful reef fish and although these are definite reasons to go diving, they are not all that diving has to offer. Did you know that scuba diving has a multitude of positive health effects? [...]

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Scuba Diving in Western Australia: Lake Argyle

By |2020-08-16T13:06:24+08:00August 16th, 2020|Categories: Pilbara Region, Tours|

When it comes to record breaking dive sites in Australia most people think of the scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef but did you know that Lake Argyle in Western Australia has a few records to its name too? Located near the East Kimberley town of Kununurra, Lake Argyle is one of the biggest man-made lakes in [...]

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Pilbara Humpback Whale Migration

By |2020-07-14T11:33:12+08:00July 14th, 2020|Categories: Boat Dives, Pilbara Region, Tours|

Are you planning your next trip to try out some of the best scuba diving in Australia? You needn’t look any further than Pilbara in Western Australia. Did you know that the northern humpback whale migration takes place from late May through to late September and there is no better place to see these magnificent cetaceans [...]

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