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1:  Cape Town / False Ba...
99%
in South Africa
2:  Manado
98%
in Indonesia
3:  Conception Bay
98%
in Canada (east)
4:  Queen Charlotte Stra...
98%
in Canada (west)
5:  Viti Levu
98%
in Fiji
6:  Koror
97%
in Palau
7:  Bali
97%
in Indonesia
8:  South Male Atoll
96%
in Maldives
9:  Gran Canaria
96%
in Canaries
10:  Halkidiki
96%
in Greece
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Akamas Diver is our current holder of the My Blue Planet Top Diver Award!

1. Akamas Diver (50 locations dived), 2. Stonefish2 (45), 3. hoosey (39), 4. Warren_OD (36), 5. neatdiver (34),
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From June to August
Off the northern Queensland coast of Australia, Minke Whales can be seen from June to August, with the best underwater e...
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Australasia Scuba Diving Description:
Australia and New Zealand


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Australia (East)
The east coast of Australia runs from the Cape York Peninsula in the north, all the way down to Sidney. The Great Barrier Reef rightly dominates the diving on offer on the east coast and is usually accessed via Cairns and best achieved with a Liveaboard. Outside of this area you still have other great diving such as Jew Shoal and Jervis Bay.
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Australia (West)
The west coast of Australia is a bit of an undiscovered jewel still with it's pioneering feel. Diving areas include the purposely sunk wrecks of the Lena in Bunbury and the HMAS Swan in Dunsborough, or travel further north to swim with Dolphins in Monkey Mia, or further north still to swim with Whale Sharks at Ningaloo Reef.
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