These are links to Web sites I have found interesting and relevant to my SCUBA diving and underwater photography. Just click on a link below to jump to that catagory

 
Australian Diving web sites International Dive destinations
Digital Photography Sites Nudibranch sites



Australian Diving related web sites

DiveOZ:- An all Australian scuba site with MASSES of information and a very active forum. Also check out the Nudibranch newsletter at this site.
 
Dive  Adventures:- Our Dive Club travel agents
 
Indulgence:- Jervis Bay Australia. A great live-a-board that cruises Jervis Bay in search of critters and good times. A MUST do dive trip!
 
Sea Slug Forum:-   You have to ask? Dr Bill Rudman  of the Australian Museum answers all questions sluggy! A fantastic resource!
 
Blue Beyond:- A local Australian site with information on Australian and regional diving, as well as the home of The Surface Interval podcast!

 

Mike Ball Dive:- One of the Barrier Reefs premier live-a-board companies. Read a trip report and look at some photos!
 

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Digital Photography Sites

Sea-Optics:- Purveyor of all things optical for the diver. A great place to get your digital add-ons.
 
Digital Diver:- THE place to be seen for underwater digital Photography. Check out the forums
 
Wet Pixel:- Another website for the underwater digital photographer.
 

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International Dive destinations

Aquaventures:- Dive service at Jais Aben resort in Madang, Papua New Guinea. Also read my trip report and look at the photos!
 
Sam's Dive Tours:- Palau based dive company. Read the trip report and see the Photos!

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Nudibranch Sites

The Slug Site Slug Site: An American offering that has a "Chatty" approach and great pictures
 
Sea Slug Forum:-   You have to ask? Dr Bill Rudman  of the Australian Museum answers all questions sluggy! A fantastic resource!
 

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