Australia is famed for some of the best scuba diving in the world. Their waters contain vibrant coral reefs and an extensive list of marine life, and you can find some of the most enjoyable diving in New South Wales.
New South Wales is a popular travel destination for its iconic architecture, local wildlife, and endless beaches, but under the water, you’ll discover a different view of this breathtaking state.
Scuba diving in New South Wales varies from offshore islands to within Sydney itself. Uncover the world’s southernmost coral reef on Lord Howe Island, the gorgeous undersea scenes of Jervis Bay, or the abundance of marine life right in Sydney’s backyard.
Here are 3 stunning scuba sites in New South Wales proving it's not all just about the Great Barrier Reef!
The Great Barrier reef in Australia has long been most divers dreams, but with the recent reports on the death of the corals within it, is it still worth the visit? We talk to Sandra Norman who specialised on trips to the GBR to find out more and see what the best options for liveaboards on the Great Barrier Reef are.