The Underwater Tour 2021, Australia and New Zealand presents*
Aaron Wong, Singapore
Dr Janet Lanyon, Australia
Dr Richard Smith, United Kingdom
Touring 13-20 May 2021
Unmissable events in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland
We're hitting the road together again across Australia and New Zealand!
Join us for the third annual Underwater Tour, the premier touring speakers event series in the international underwater events calendar.
We’re proud to present a stellar line-up of internationally acclaimed underwater photographers, authors and marine scientists showcasing their latest projects on stage! Immerse yourself in an inspirational evening of adventure and discovery from behind the lens.
Meet and chat, mix and mingle with our distinguished line-up as well as representatives of our esteemed touring partners
*Underwater Tour 2020 Postponed
New dates announced: 13-20 May 2021
It is with heavy hearts that due to the current international health situation we have taken the necessary steps to postpone the Underwater Tour 2020 for this year. The safety and health of our audiences, speakers, partners and broader community near and far is of utmost importance.
We are therefore pleased to advise we have rescheduled our 2020 events to the dates of 13-20 May 2021.Our esteemed speakers and very valued tour partners have confirmed their ongoing presence and commitment.
We will of course honour all purchased tickets for our new dates and have already personally contacted all current ticket holders.
The organisers of the Underwater Tour Awards have announced the winners of its second annual, prestigious international competition in the livestreamed Underwater Tour Show broadcast.
The annual competition encourages and inspires passion for photography, exploration and discovery from behind the lens and helps raise awareness of the world’s incredible, fragile marine and aquatic inhabitants and their environments.
The Guru Awards – Photographic Competition
The only international photography competition of its
The humpback whale is one of conservation’s great success stories. Hunted to a few thousand animals prior to a global ban in only 1985, populations of humpbacks around the world are on the rise . Spending time in the water with these awesome creatures is …. well awesome.
Bontoh village doesn’t have much. Its small square homes cobbled together from a jumble of materials gestures a very simple life. But what it does have, apart from the ominous volcano looming above, is world-class ship building skills.