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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It's about the same size as the 48 mainland states of the USA and 50 per cent larger than Europe, but has the lowest population density in the world - only two people per square kilometre.

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Spirit of Freedom

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based in Cairns, QLD, Australia
Spirit of Freedom offers unsurpassed liveaboard cruising, on a 37m stabilised vessel with 11 spacious ensuite cabins, comfortable lounge areas, and quality chef prepared meals. 3, 4 and 7 day cruises to the Cod Hole, Ribbon Reefs and Coral Sea.
Cairns Dive Centre

UW CARD DISCOUNT
based in Cairns, QLD, Australia
Experience diving or snorkelling at its best on the Great Barrier Reef with Cairns Dive Centre. We offer snorkeling and diving on our day boat or our live aboard boat or learn to dive open water courses. We also do day trips to Fitzroy Island, where we have a second dive shop.
Mike Ball Dive Expeditions

UW CARD DISCOUNT
based in Cairns, QLD, Australia
Australia's leading liveaboard dive company. 3, 4 and 7 night expeditions operate to the Cod Hole, Great Barrier Reef and the Coral Sea. Departs Cairns, Queensland.
Odyssey Expeditions

UW CARD DISCOUNT
based in Broome, WA, Australia
Dive the Rowley Shoals and experience swimming pool like conditions 300km off the coast of Broome Western Australia. Drift dive out atolls that rise from 400m, Dive through pristine reefs, coral gardens and multitudes of tropical fish.
Coral Sea Charter Company

UW CARD DISCOUNT
based in Mackay, Qld, Australia
The Coral Sea Charter Company specialises in extended charter trips (minimum of three days) to the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea on the Elizabeth E II.
Eye to Eye Marine Encounters

UW CARD DISCOUNT
based in Port Douglas, QLD, Australia
World leaders in underwater whale watching and adventure diving. Pioneered research-tourism on the Great Barrier Reef. Reputation for providing extraordinary wildlife encounters.
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So that's what a remora feels like!So that's what a remora feels like!
The Rip is the name given to that renowned stretch of water at the entrance to Port Phillip Bay, separating Points Lonsdale and Nepean. This area can be one of the most dangerous stretches of water on our continent, but at times can be so peaceful and calm that one could not envisage the hundreds of ships which have been lost in its vicinity.
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Of all the books I have ever read on Australian dive sites all of them list South West Rocks, more specifically Fish Rock Cave in New South Wales as a premier diving spot with the longest underwater sea cave in the Southern Hemisphere and of course the resident Grey Nurse Sharks.
Threatened Species Day - Coral Sea PerspectiveThreatened Species Day - Coral Sea Perspective
Australia’s marine environment is more than twice the area of the Australian continent and under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea we have both the rights and the responsibilities to this area. This Threatened Species Day we acknowledge and celebrate some of the marine species that we have responsibility for.
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