If you want to mix adventure, excitement and cultural learning in a pristine tropical paradise, the Cook Islands are for you.
Take the plunge and explore the Great Barrier Reef while you still can, because the future of Australia’s biggest World Heritage site is far from crystal clear.
A Cuvier’s beaked whale has dived to almost 3000m below the ocean surface
One of Australia’s most recent artifical reefs, the HMAS Adelaide shipwreck is a diver’s dream.
The roll-out of Australia’s second-largest marine park has begun in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
From a maritime disaster south-east of Townsville in 1911, a vibrant reef was born.
Scientists are puzzled by curtains of slime discovered in submerged caves beneath the Nullarbor Plain.
Immerse yourself in the wonder of Australia’s underwater world by blowing bubbles in some of its most intriguing dive sites.
How a submarine built in Sydney got Hollywood director James Cameron to the bottom of the Mariana Trench and back.
You don’t need to have a scuba diving certificate to enjoy the best of Australia’s reefs. Here are the best snorkel sites.