Jan
18
2013

Underwater Adventures Tasmania Discoveries

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Take a break from the searing Aussie heat and delve deep into refreshing waters with Underwater Adventures Tasmania.

Embark on a truly wonderful journey with the team at Underwater Adventures, exploring the Tinderbox and Ninepin Point Marine Reserves, the kelp forests located off Bruny Island and the enchanting Betsey Island ships graveyard.

You'll also encounter a number of other underwater wonders including the critically endangered spotted handfish, only found in the Derwent estuary, the Tasmanian numbfish – which will deliver a mild shock if handled! – and weedy sea dragons and seahorses.

The surprising thing is that underwater marvels on a snorkelling expedition are available just 20 minutes from wharfside in downtown Hobart. Nowhere else in Australia can you be in a Marine Reserve so close to a city. All equipment is supplied.

Beginners can get amongst the fun at Underwater Adventures by taking part in the SDI Open Water Diver course!

This internationally recognised qualification will allow you to dive 18 metres, take part in dive trips in Australia and overseas, buy scuba gear and obtain air fills, and extend your diving skills in other education courses.

In your ‘learn to dive’ course with Underwater Adventures you'll have use of all scuba equipment, personalised equipment and continuing education counselling, a pair of zip-sided dive boots and neoprene gloves to keep, two shore dives and two boat dives and initial scuba skill development in a heated pool to help with learning and comfort.

Underwater Adventures will also give you their guarantee that you'll "develop the skills and confidence you want and have paid for" – so don't delay your plans, take the plunge into the waters of Tasmania!

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