Diving Australia: A Guide to the Best Diving Down Under

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Tuttle Publishing, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 348 pages
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Seasoned divers know Australia offers experiences unlike any other in the world, from unforgettable dives with fur seals in the southern seas to exciting trips in the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef. In this newly revised edition of "Diving Australia, Periplus' team of experienced authors and photographers take you on a comprehensive tour of dive sites throughout the continent, from coastal cities to faraway islands and reefs. From large pelagic predators to spectacular macro reef life, "Diving Australia has it all. This is the essential guide for divers and enthusiasts who want to explore the very best underwater excitement Down Under. Beyond the lush photography and vibrant writing, this invaluable guide contains descriptions and listings of the best dive sites in Australia. "Diving Australia has at-a-glance information on access, visibility, currents, corals, hazards, fish life, and dive highlights; more than 220 action-packed photographs; more than 80 detailed maps of dive sites; over 20 insightful features and essays on Australia's waters and marine life, and a comprehensive Practicalities section with revised, up-to-date travel advisories on accommodations, transportation, dive operators, and prices.
  

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Nigel Marsh is the bestselling author of "Fat, Forty and Fired"and "Overworked and Underlaid". His 2010 speech on life, the universe and everything at Sydney's 2010 TED Conference had an instant global impact and remains Australia's most watched TED talk with well over a million hits. Co-founder of Earth Hour and past CEO of a number of high profile advertising agencies, Nigel lives in Bronte with his wife and four children.

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