About Scuba Diver AustralAsia
Vibrant and informative, Scuba Diver AustralAsia reproduces everything the modern diver wants and needs to know about exploring our fascinating oceans and the creatures within it.
Our magazine supports and promotes environmental research, exploration and conservation projects with the objective of increasing scientific knowledge, fostering environmental awareness and preservation ethics throughout Asia and Australia. Scuba Diver AustralAsia does this while providing comprehensive coverage of the recreational diving field by leading sport diving photographers and journalists. The quality of the magazine attracts a large readership of active and enthusiastic divers. Scuba Diver AustralAsia also covers the best dive spots around the world.
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"I found this cheeky bearded goby in six metres of water in a thicket of staghorn coral in #Lembeh, #Indonesia. It took me three dives before I finally managed to get the right shot through the coral branches. Just as I hit the button he pulled this expression. With his red eyes, bearded face, and downturned mouth, I really thought he looked like an unhappy kiwi!" By Zhang Fan
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Scuba Diver Issue 7/2013, AA No. 76
Ever since Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA launched the first “What It Feels Like” back in 2006, readers have been impatient for each new round of bizarre and intriguing subsea experiences. Well, wait no longer! In this issue’s lead story, “What It Feels Like” returns for a fifth instalment – covering every...