Directory - Sydney North Shore

Bounded by Sydney Harbour, the Pacific Ocean and Sydney Harbour National Park, Sydney's North offers a tranquil hideaway only a short ferry ride from the city centre.

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Dive 2000

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based in Neutral Bay, NSW, Australia
Dive 2000 in Sydney is a PADI Scuba Diving Centre with Learn to Dive courses, scuba travel and great local diving. Under the management of pioneer diver Kevin Deacon we have 40 years experience in helping people to enjoy diving.
Oceanworld Manly

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based in Manly, NSW, Australia
Right on the beach just 200m from Manly Wharf, Oceanworld offers a unique, up close and personal experience with Australia's amazing marine life.
Tabata Australia

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based in Northmead, NSW, Australia
Tabata Australia distribute TUSA dive gear, Waterproof Wetsuits and Underwater Kinetics as well as Reef Tourer and View swimming goggles.
Sydney North Shore Accommodation
The North Shore is an informal term used to describe a primarily residential area of northern metropolitan Sydney.
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Sydney, Above and BelowSydney, Above and Below
Sydney is, in my view, Australia's most breathtaking city. Flying over the harbour is always a great sight when returning home from a trip.
Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares.Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares.
I have compiled a sequential account of the five main seaslug orders, supported by photographic records and some likely Sydney dive sites to encounter members of each order.
Where Have All the Horses Gone?Where Have All the Horses Gone?
Clifton Gardens has always rated as one of my favourite Sydney night dives. I know - a maximum depth of 4m under the jetty means you could snorkel it with short length of garden hose, but it never fails to deliver a unique and unexpected encounter with interesting critters.
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