Gold Coast Divers

Multiple Locations

They are there to share the spectacular underwater adventures the Gold Coast has to offer. They run regular dive and snorkel dive trips to Cook Island Marine Park, the Tweed Coast and the Gold Coast Seaway. They have regular encounters with turtles, sharks, rays and an abundance of friendly colourful fish.

No experience is needed to join them for a snorkel trip and they also provide try scuba diving experiences with the turtles and colourful marine life at Cook Island. With the choice of over 100 different day and night dives from depths of 5 - 35 metres, they cater for scuba divers of all experience levels. They run dive courses all year round from beginner through to instructor level so if you would like to learn to dive or advance your training they can make it happen!

Safety is their priority so they assess conditions prior to every trip and ensure everything is in place for a safe and enjoyable experience.

Our Tours

Double Dive at Cook Island Marine Park

Cook Island is a spectacular diving destination. With various sites located around the island there is always something special to see.

Cook Island is suitable for all experience levels. You can encounter marine life such as Porcelain Crabs, colourful Nudibranch, Frogfish, Cuttlefish, Squid, Pipefish, Pufferfish, Batfish, Anemone Fish, Eels, Scorpion Fish and turtles.

When the water warms up we are treated to Leopard sharks, Eagle Rays, Shovelnose Shark (aka shark rays or guitar sharks) Wobbygong Sharks and the occasional Reef Manta Ray, and when the water is cooler we see Grey Nurse Sharks!

All their guides are locals and know the sites and conditions very well.

Quality dive equipment available for hire.

Indicative rates

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$159 $214
Snorkel with the turtles at Cook Island Marine Park

Snorkelling is a great way to experience the underwater world. They offer snorkel trips to beautiful Turtle Island most weekends, here we can see green turtles, rays, colourful fish, beautiful corals and rock formations, eels, anemone fish (Nemo!) and much more!

Snorkel trips are available for ages 5 years and up. Ages 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Indicative rates

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$109 $109

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