Dive 2000

Name
Kevin Deacon
Location:
2 Military Rd Cnr with Merlin St,
Neutral Bay, NSW, Australia
Contact:
02 9953 7783
Last Updated

2013-10-18 11:39:12

Dive 2000

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. We believe diving is a great social activity and are committed to personal service in a safe, friendly, and fun atmosphere. Our services include;

Discover Scuba...the ultimate adventure gift Experience a real ocean dive in our 1 day Discover Scuba Diving experience. Gift Packs available. Just $149 per person

__Dive Club...great fun & friends __ The Dive 2000 Club offers members free guided shore dives, travel opportunities, discounts, and great social activities.

Learn to Dive Become a certified diver with the PADI Open Water Course. Our courses are designed to be fun & friendly with the highest safety standards. Express, Comprehensive, Deluxe & Personal Tuition options for all needs.

Dive Activities Local shore dive every Saturday with our Divemasters, Sunday picnic dives, night dives, boat dives, plus regular weekends to Jervis Bay, Nelson Bay and other great locations. Check our website for details.

Underwater Camera Experts We are the Australian experts in underwater photography. Beginner or pro, talk to us regarding photo equipment, sales, hire, courses and advice. Film, digital and video all catered for.

Affiliation:

PADI

Training Level:

PADI Open Water up to Assistant Instructor

Boat Description:

Sites Visited:

A range of great shore dives in Sydney where we regularly encounter seahorses, blue groper, cuttlefish, octopus, sea dragons, rays, sharks, and red indianfish to name a few.

Also we have great weekend and picnic dives up and down the NSW coastline at excellent locations like Jervis Bay, Port Stephens, South West Rocks, Forster and Swansea.

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Name
Kevin Deacon
Location:
2 Military Rd Cnr with Merlin St,
Neutral Bay, NSW, Australia
Contact:
02 9953 7783
Last Updated

2013-10-18 11:39:12

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