Australia

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

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.

Australia boasts over 7,000 beaches - more than any other nation. The kangaroo is unique to Australia and one of our most easily recognised mammals. There are more kangaroos in Australia now than when Australia was first settled. Estimates suggest around 40 million.

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Ikelite Australia - Underwater PhotographicsIkelite Australia - Underwater Photographics
Underwater.com.au is official dealer for all Ikelite products and we can help you with all your Ikelite video and digital camera housings needs as well as accessories such as strobe packages, ports and more. Sales to Australia only.

Byron Bay Whale WatchingByron Bay Whale Watching
Whale Watching Byron Bay conduct daily whale watching tours between June and November. Our trips are small and personalised with a maximum of 12 customers per tour.

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Divelog of My Underwater AdventuresDivelog of My Underwater Adventures
One hundred log pages plus 16 colour pages featuring some of Michael Aw's stunning underwater photography as well as some help with fish identification.
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Geeks UnderwaterGeeks Underwater
What happens when 5 landlubber geeks go diving at one of the worlds most beautiful dive locations? Lots of salty water, the smell of fear and plenty of fun! I know because Iím a self confessed computer geek and I take breathing for granted every day of my life. Iím told Julian Rocks where we went diving, is one of the worlds best dive spots ...
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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