Australia voted as diving favourite

Australia has been voted by the readers of a magazine as the best country in the Pacific to visit for scuba divers who do not wish to take a boat.
Underwater enthusiasts are able to see beautiful marine environments from beaches of piers according to Scuba Diving magazine, while Australia also possesses some of the best shore diving sites in the world.
Divers can visit Navy Pier in Western Australia, Rapid Bay Jetty in South Australia and Bare Island in Sydney if they want to experience some of the country's diving highlights.
While the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea remain popular, scuba divers heading to Australia may wish to take a look at any one of these alternative destinations.
Elsewhere in the poll of 5,000 people, which ranked different diving destinations across the globe on a variety of criteria, Egypt was voted as one of the best countries for wreck diving and Thailand was recognised for being value for money.
Australia has been voted by the readers of a magazine as the best country in the Pacific to visit for scuba divers who do not wish to take a boat. Underwater enthusiasts are able to see beautiful marine environments from beaches of piers according to Scuba Diving magazine, while Australia also possesses some of the best shore diving sites in the world. Divers can visit Navy Pier in Western Australia, Rapid Bay Jetty in South Australia and Bare Island in Sydney if they want to experience some of the country's diving highlights. While the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea remain popular, scuba divers heading to Australia may wish to take a look at any one of these alternative destinations. Elsewhere in the poll of 5,000 people, which ranked different diving destinations across the globe on a variety of criteria, Egypt was voted as one of the best countries for wreck diving and Thailand was recognised for being value for money.

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