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AIDE 2015 | Sydney 12-13 September 2015

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based in Sydney, NSW, Australia
Australia International Dive Expo (AIDE) 2015 makes its way to Royal Hall of Industries to promote scuba diving & related industries with top international exhibitors showcasing their brands and services to visitors. AIDE hopes to bring a breath of fresh air to the diving community and industry in Australia.
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11 Sharks You Should Know About This Summer11 Sharks You Should Know About This Summer
Sharks have long been feared by people. Monsters that appear from the depths of the sea and take life after life, sentiments that have been enhanced by movies such as 'Jaws'. Sharks are efficient predators no doubt, their senses and hunting strategies refined over the long time they have inhabited the seas.
So you thought the Ocean had marvellous creatures to see!So you thought the Ocean had marvellous creatures to see!
In 2003 having been dry for the bulk of  a number of years due to having  a young family I finally broke through and was able to get both my sons PADI accredited. Hallelujah, I now had an excuse to go diving ...
Introductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the MalabarIntroductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the Malabar
Around 7:00am on Thursday, April 2, 1931, a dense fog suddenly rolled into Long Bay, obscuring the northern headland. On the bridge of MV Malabar, en-route from Melbourne to Sydney, Captain George Leslie recognised the danger and ordered 5 degrees rudder to steer the ship seaward to pass further offshore than his original plan of half a mile.
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