All Press Releases for 06/18/2008


Plunge into the Australian Water



It is a common knowledge that Australia is one of the most friendly countries to visit because of the great infrastructure and natural resources that they offer to the locals and tourists.



HAWTHORN, AL / PR FREE / Jun 18 2008 --
It is a common knowledge that Australia is one of the most friendly countries to visit because of the great infrastructure and natural resources that they offer to the locals and tourists.

The popular travel destinations in Australia are the Great Ocean Road and Sydney Harbour. The Great Ocean Road experience offers offers a world class spectacular drive in downtown Melbourne, you can choose from a car drive or bus tour. On the other hand Sydney’s Harbour is also one of the world’s best. You can tour the bay for a scenic cruise by yacht, boat, kayak and through other exciting options.

Another great reason to travel down under is to experience scuba diving in the Australian waters.

Their colorful culture is as colorful with their reefs so it is one of the main factor that draw people to scuba dive in Australian coast.

Most enthusiasts have heard good reviews and raves about the Great Barrier Reef located in the west coast of Australia. It is a scuba diver’s dream because of its much publicized underwater sights and it is also the largest natural reef in this planet. If that is not enough, divers can also explore and experience the beauty of aquatic life in the northern coast. The popular dive spots are located along the Aratura Sea and in the Gulf Of Carpentaria which is in the border of Queensland and the Northern Territory.

If you want to explore the beaches in the southern area of Australia, the Great Australia Bight is the way to go. It leads to the waters between the country and Tasmania and offers different dive spots for divers. Meanwhile on the West, The Coral Sea is highly recommended and its main highlight are the vast water wildlife that awaits once you plunge into deep water.

For experienced divers, swimming in the southern coast of Adelaide will be another feather in their cap. It is not recommended for newbies because it is the home of the Blue Devil Fish, the fish itself is not dangerous but its trashing when caught so much sea wildlife experience is recommended before your encounter with this specie.

The northern diving spots are open to scuba divers all year long while the southern coast waters are seasonal. The east and west diving spots are the place to go for people who have the guts to encounter different sharks.

Australia offers numerous under water experience available in different parts of the country, theres definitely one suitable for the newbies and experienced scuba divers.


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