Dive Clubs - Brisbane and surrounds

Brisbane City Stradbroke Islands Moreton Island

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Underwater Research Group of QLD

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based in Yeerongpilly, Qld, Australia
We are a Scuba Diving club based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. We are non-profit so the emphasis is heavily on enjoyment.
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Storm Case iM2500Storm Case iM2500
Storm Case’s Storm Trak® series boasts uniquely rugged, yet lightweight, telescoping handles that lock in place plus rugged in-line wheels for ease of transport. The iM2500 meets airline carry-on regulations by fitting in overhead compartments.
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Diving Adventures - 5 Crown Islands of the PacificDiving Adventures - 5 Crown Islands of the Pacific
Immerse yourself into the distinct waters of the Poor Knights and the Three Kings islands as we go to extremes to bring you some of the most unique footage ever made.
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Encounter with a Whaleshark at North StradbrokeEncounter with a Whaleshark at North Stradbroke
Something huge was out there and from the side it looks first like a tiger shark. I mean, it was too big for a zebra shark....
Dancing with Manta'sDancing with Manta's
This is a bit of a 'girly' story, but it was just how I felt after our dive yesterday at Stradbroke Island. I have been diving since 1981 and instructing since 2000 and have found that I never, ever get bored with the wonderful world under the waves!
Leopard Sharks Up Close and PersonalLeopard Sharks Up Close and Personal
The leopard shark (Stegostoma fasciatum) belongs to the Order of carpet sharks (Orectolobiformes) and is easily recognisable.
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