Scuba Diving

Scuba diver

Kangaroo Island Diving Safaris specialize in offering dives in unspoilt wilderness areas

The North Coast of Kangaroo Island is home to some 270 different fish species along with seals and dolphins. The team interacts with seals some 90% of the time and about 60% of the time they encounter dolphins.

The Island is home to one of natures beautiful small creatures, namely the Leafy Seadragon, regarded by many as being rare and extremely difficult to find. We have some of the most prolific areas of soft coral, sponges and gorgonians found in temperate waters. During the season our divers are able to take a Cray or an Abalone which adds to the flavor of the dive.

The north coast of Kangaroo Island has some of the most spectacular cliffs to be found around Australia’s coastline. They reach up to 270 meters and provide an unparalleled background to the dives.

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Is it OK to fake it while travelling?

Sure, one of the best parts of travelling is the freedom to reinvent and reinvigorate yourself. But what happens if you take it too far and pretend to be someone you’re not? It’s a risky game. While most of us don’t masquerade as sportsmen to get free drinks from short-sighted, drunk soccer fans, most travellers at some time pretend to be someone else when they hit the road.

Qantas plane in emergency landing on island

The engine of the Dash 8-200 aircraft was shut down according to standard operating procedures and the plane landed at Lord Howe Island within five minutes of its scheduled time, the spokeswoman said. She added that Qantas engineers were being flown out to the island to access the plane. Qantas flies a daily return flight from Sydney to Lord Howe Island from Tuesdays to Fridays. It runs several flights to and from Sydney to Lord Howe Island on weekends.

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