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I was toying with diving at Jervis Bay and so went into the dive shop to ask where the next morning’s dive would be. The shop assistant informing me that it would be to the seal colony (as the conditions were excellent) and for this...More
The team was very professional and were accommodating with our special requests. The dives were great: we were able to see Grey Nurse Sharks, Wobbegong sharks, Eagle Rays, Puffer fish and many others. The highlight though was the dive with the Seals! We did 4...More
I went for a Dive with the team from Dive Jervis Bay, From start to finish my Trip was enjoyable. They had great customer service and a good crew running the dive. The Captain of the boat was friendly and great communicator and Clive our...More
Took myself and son snorkelling,wouldn't recommend it but the guys were nice,they were more interested in divers which I understand.Droped us off in rough conditions,low visabilty seen some fish etc,later moved to different spot near rocks where it was rough,the biggest waste is $230 dollars...More
The team here really looked after me and big thanks to Chris for taking the time to ensure that I got a holiday dive in the Bay.
We dived off the beach at Hyams over the rocks and kelp there.
Plentiful sea life and a...More
We started out on a chilly June morning. ... the team gave us gloves and boots to keep us warm. On the dive, chris was a great dive master, doing his best to show us marine life. Despite being a bit rough for seal diving,...More
I had received a gift certificate for a double boat dive with these guys from my wife. We had planned a trip a few months back but unfortunately my wife’s Mum passed away unexpectedly and we were forced to postpone. With all that was going...More
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It depends. You can do a discover scuba course but not every shop offers this. I would highly recommend doing your open water course which takes 3 days and costs as little as $250. Contact your local dive shop at your... More
It depends. You can do a discover scuba course but not every shop offers this. I would highly recommend doing your open water course which takes 3 days and costs as little as $250. Contact your local dive shop at your nearest convenience and discuss your options. Once you are certified you may dive to a limit of 18m. The discover scuba course is usually 10m only and you are linking arms with the dive leader which offers little freedom on your dive but it's a great way to gauge your enjoyment for this highly addictive sport that can be enjoyed by all people of different size, shape and age. :)