PADI Deep Diver | Australian Diving Instruction

PADI Deep Diver

PADI Deep diver   

Take your diving to the next level. Become a PADI Deep diver and discover what lies below 30m. Have you dived on Lonsdale or Nepean walls down to 30m and wondered what lies beneath you in the deep? This is your way to explore it. Becoming a Deep diver also allows you to dive on some of the best ship wrecks Victoria has to offer in the ships graveyard. After one night of theory and 4 boat dives you will be certified to dive to 40m anywhere in the world.

This deep certification counts towards your Master Scuba Diver.

Combine this course with your Enriched Air Nitrox course and save $100


Deep Diving Theory- Go over your deep diver knowledge reviews and find out how to plan your deep dives. You will learn about deep boat dive planning, organisation and equipment configuration, decompression theory, calculating your ideal air consumption for use when diving deep and the hazards associated with diving below 30m.

Day 1 of Diving- You will be completing a timed task at the surface and underwater to show you the affects of nitrogen narcosis. You will also learn about equipment considerations, the affect of depth on objects and the importance of controlled safety stops.

Day 2 of Diving- See the difference depth makes on colours, perform emergency decompression stops, control your buoyancy and enjoy the underwater environments that lie beneath 30m.

PADI open water and Advanced Open water diver certification (or junior) and or equivalent certification from another training agency.

You can continue your scuba diving training today! All we need is $100 deposit to secure your place on any of our upcoming deep diver courses. Drop by Australian Diving Instruction to collect your manual, or book yourself online now, and you’ll be extending your diving knowledge and skills in no time.

Mask, snorkel, boots, fins, knife, torch, slate, surface marker buoy, reel.

Divers: At this level of training it is recommended that you are diving in your own scuba unit, as it is the best way for you to fine-tune your buoyancy. However if you do not have your own, rental is available.

$450 plus boat dives