Dive Instructors Working Hard


I keep telling our dive instructors that they have the best job in the world and of course they keep talling me that they bust their butts everyday. Imagine my embarrassment when one them called me over to show me they actually do bust their butts. Everyday I am still not sure about but occassionally they do and we now have the photos to prove it.
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New Job Board


Everyone in the industry as well as ourselves are always looking for enthusiastic people to come and join us in one of the greatest job in the world. To his end I have created a blog to post jobs from the industry in Cairns and for you to enquire about. If you are interested in a job in Cairns checkout our job postings and even if there isn’t anything there for you right now send your resume in something may come up shortly.

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Moore Reef – Surrounds – Our Dive Sites


Surrounds on Moore Reef offers a great insight into the resilience of mother nature and the life cycle of the fragile ecosystems that make up the Great Barrier Reef. Moore Reef suffered from a large outbreak of the Crown of Thorns starfish early this decade. In the time since a great diversity of coral and fish have returned and started to repopulate the site. Some great fans and swim throughs make this a very educational and fun dive.

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Flynn Reef – Links – Our Dive Sites


The Links at Flynn reef offers great corals gardens and canyons to glide over as you snorkel or immerse yourself in when you scuba dive. A smaller reef on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef the visibility is normally superb. Many blue spotted stingrays and species of smaller sharks can be found along the reef edge. The many isolated bommies and scattered reef behind the main body of reef provide great opportunities to explore and provide a unique experience.
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