Sunshine Coast

Fun Dives – Line Training – Snorkelling

Elevate your underwater exploration – pushing your depths to new extremes or refine your technique in a controlled environment.

Fun dive | Line Dive

Local Reefs

Nurse Rock or Caves
3-4 hours
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$145 Line Dive Self Training without Instructor
$200 Line Dive Guided Training with Instructor/ Master
$0 Day 2 (completing course that was cancelled due to weather)

Elevate your underwater exploration – pushing your depths to new extremes or refine your technique in a controlled environment.

Join us for a practical freediving excursion dedicated to honing your depth and technique. We’ll kick off the day by venturing just beyond the local reefs into the open blue. Once there, we’ll set up buoys (or bring your own) to tailor the trip to everyone’s experience levels as much as possible. If you’re in need of a trainer, we can arrange one for an additional cost.

On our way back, we’ll make a pit stop at one of the local reefs for some casual fun and exploration.

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*Must be certified or completing your Day 2 requirements.

Fun Dive | Snorkel

Mudjimba Island

Mudjimba Island
3 hours
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$120 – no certification needed!
Embark on an enjoyable dive adventure at Mudjimba Island and try your luck spotting the playful turtles

Embark on a brief boat ride just offshore and discover the enchanting Mudjimba Island. Abundant with sea turtles, this destination caters to both beginners and seasoned freedivers seeking a convenient getaway. The island offers excellent cover, creating a sheltered haven for exploration. Feel free to bring along an uncertified friend for a snorkelling adventure – they might just find themselves hooked and eager to become your certified dive buddy for future excursions.

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*No Certification needed

Fun Dive

Flinders Reef

Flinders Reef near moreton island
6 hours
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$250 (certified dive)
Explore the diverse beauty of one Moreton Islands vibrant reefs, featuring rugged caves teeming with life on one side and a pristine tropical reef system on the other.

Ideal for Level 1 and above divers with certification, this journey offers a scenic trip along the coastline to the peak of Moreton Island. Flinders Reef presents two stunning facets, and weather permitting, we aim to explore both. As a marine park (green zone), Flinders is brimming with vibrant marine life, including an abundance of fish, rays, turtles, and with luck, even sharks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For EX HMAS Dives Mooloolaba – We meet back at Sunreef Mooloolaba, where we depart for the EX-HMAS Brisbane which is about 15 minutes out of the river and no more than 15m out from the Mooloolaba Spit

For all other bookings, we meet at Kawana Waters Hotel – 136 Point Cartwright Dr, Buddina QLD 4575, Australia.

You will be advised the day prior what time to meet – usually from 7:30/8am.

Usually 3-4 hours in total. It is a double dive session. This time may vary. Flinders trips are usually around 6 hours.

Buoy set up, pending on your session, instructor or self guided training.

Line diving for requirements – depth dive, rescue, focus on equalisation, diving technique and safety

Medical – Yes, you will need to complete a medical form. Upon review, we may let you know you are required to also complete a valid 4005.1 AS Dive Medical prior to your course. You will also need to complete a liability waiver.

No, you must be certified when coming on a Line Dive, or completing the course ocean day.

However, most trips are snorkel and do not require a certification, please check the details before you book. Participants must be 13 years +

Only at our Mudjimba Island session! We would love to show you the turtles!

All your dive gear – fins, wetsuit, snorkel, mask (if you did not hire), sunscreen, seasick tablets, water, light snacks, towel, dry clothes, hydrolyte.

Yes, we provide hire gear at $30 a day.

Yes, we highly recommend you take sea sickness tablets 30 minutes before departing land. As freedivers, we are looking down watching our divers from the surface so seasickness is very common and extremely unpleasant. It can also be dangerous as dehydration can occur. Please speak with your doctor if you require advice and have any concerns.

If we are unable to dive in the ocean due to the weather, you are able to book on the next available course/ session (with no charge). CODE.

No we don’t not provide refunds if you change your mind, however we do allow you to change dates, or put that amount towards your next day in the ocean or a retreat.

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