Website Development

About underwater web design and development

For many businesses having an ill-fitting website simply becomes an added pressure. Underwater was developed because it recognised the need to give exposure while reducing the workload of maintaining a website. By extending that approach to your website we focus on what is important to your business both now and as the business develops.

Some reasons to use us

A Basic Website Includes

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Further Options for Web Pages

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Edit & Manage Your Own Website

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Extra Features

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Some examples of our work

These case studies reflect the broad range of sites that we work on, from the simplest single page site, to much larger database-driven sites built on our content management system, allowing organisations to maintain their own content.

Planula Divers Retreat in Bryon Bay

Planula Divers Retreat

Planula Divers Retreat already had a very popular website, so the main focus of this upgrade was to add a clean new look that emphasised not only the retreat itself, but also the surrounding beauty of Byron Bay, both on land and underwater.

Yongala Diving web site

Yongala Dive

With this new site Yongala Dive can add and update pages, add diving and weather reports and have their latest news appear automatically on their listing page at (as well as any other site that subscribes to their news).

Diving Christmas Island with Wet n Dry  

Wet 'n' Dry Adventures


Christmas Island has a new website showcasing its amazing environment, both above water and below.


Wet 'n' Dry Adventures new website features a latest news blog and photo galleries and the entire site can be maintained by the client thanks to an easy to use content management system.

Whale watching Byron Bay web site

Whale Watching Byron Bay

The real credit for this site goes to the beauty of the humpback whales that pass Byron Bay on their annual migration.

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