Pro Dive Cairns

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Pro Dive Cairns is Australia's Premier PADI Dive School as well as a leading outer reef liveaboard dive trip operator. Since 1983 Pro Dive Cairns have developed an international reputation for quality, professionalism, safety and value, specialising in learn to dive courses and diver education from beginner to professional, three day liveaboard dive trips and retail sales of dive, snorkel and water sports equipment.

Dive training courses are conducted at Pro Dive Cairns' Five Star PADI Training and Development centre featuring Cairns' deepest diver training pools and completed on the magnificent Great Barrier Reef aboard one of three premium dive boats. Dive courses and liveaboard trips commence six times a week.

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  • Free Wifi

Activities

  • Scuba-Diving
  • Snorkelling

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

3 Day 2 Night Liveaboard

One of the best ways to appreciate the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef is to stay out there for a few days. With premier PADI dive school and a leading outer reef live-aboard dive trip operator, Pro Dive Cairns, you can do just that!

For certified divers, this three-day, two-night live-aboard dive trip offers the opportunity to participate in up to 11 dives including two exciting night dives ensuring a whole new cast of nocturnal marine life is encountered, as well as snorkelling on a variety of the 19 exclusive outer reef dive sites. Diving morning, day and night, you'll be able to experience different conditions and so much more of this iconic reef system. Diving on Nitrox gas is also available for suitably qualified divers.

You will be staying aboard one of three premium liveaboard dive boats in air-conditioned comfort with a maximum of only 32 passengers onboard, in either double or twin share accommodation.

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$835 $835
PADI 5 Day Learn To Dive Course

Thinking about taking the plunge? Pro Dive Cairns' five day PADI 'Open Water' course is the most popular way to combine the adventure of learning to dive with the excitement of exploring the spectacular beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.

Commencing six times a week all year round, this learn to dive course is divided into two components. The first two days are spent learning the theory and underwater skills of diving at Pro Dive Cairns Five Star PADI Training Centre. Then it's out to the Great Barrier Reef on a premium liveaboard dive boat for your dive adventure. The PADI Five Day dive course includes a three day two night, nine dive adventure. The first four dives will complete your dive certification and then, as a certified diver, you'll be able to undertake up to five more pleasure dives, including an exciting guided night dive!

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$995 $995

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Capricorn Caves

The Caves, Livingstone Area
From AU$32 - 90
Capricorn Caves is the premier nature based attraction in Central Queensland. Here you can explore spectacular caves set in a limestone ridge and even spot little insectivorous bats in certain seasons.

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Free Entry
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Daintree Discovery Centre

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Wilson River

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Free Entry
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Lake Moondarra

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
Free Entry
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Redland Bay

Redland Bay, Redland City Area
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China Wall Dive Site

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