Scuba diving in Melbourne, Australia
In Melbourn area various opportunities for swimming, surfing and scuba diving tours are in part available at Port Campbell national park. There are different bus tours from Melbourne to all the highlights of coastal drive, providing opportunity to see the famous Bells Beach where the world surfing championship take place, popular coastal township of Torquay and Lorne - a famous surfers' venue, major holidays resort towns and many other attractions. The Great Ocean Walk is stretching 100 km from the seaside resort town of Apollo Bay to historic Glenample.
Academy of Scuba
Dive specialists from the Academy of Scuba, a premier dive shop in Melbourne and in Victoria, can get you scuba diving every weekend and most week nights. If your customer is new to scuba diving, he or she can learn to scuba dive in Melbourne and then go dive anywhere in the world. PADI courses are available. Learn to dive at Academy of Scuba in February and the dive shop will offer student $150 off their snorkeling package or any continued education course like your Advanced Open Water or Peak Performance Buoyancy Course. Some of the PADI courses available from this company include 4 days PADI Open Water Diver Course, PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course and more. PADI junior open water certification is available for children. The dive shop offers wide selection of scuba and snorkeling gear for rent or perchase, like full range of the brand scuba diving equipment from Scubapro, Oceanic, Apollo, Halcyon & Dive Rite. Located only 10 minutes from Melbourne's CBD, the Academy of Scuba is the closest PADI Dive centre to the downtown of Melbourne. Academy of Scuba is also a member of the The Dive Industry of Victoria Association Inc. More information on scuba diving services and packages/tours is availabla from email@example.com, or call by phone 03-9813-8722, or fax to 03-9813-8744. Scuba Diving in Melbourne is world class: the diversity of Melbourne Bay's underwater life is awesome. The places and sites to dive around Melbourne feature the largest group of Wrecks anywhere in Australia, including fantastic Subs and the HMAS Canberra FFG-02 that was scuttled 4 October 2009.
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