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Quality Training in Sydney or NSW?

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Nov 6, 2002
I think it is about time i tried diving - have been snorkelling since i could swim, and have seen the barrier reef and red sea at sea level - i am thinking i should try out going a bit deeper.

Can anybody recommend a good dive operator in Sydney or near Sydney. I would be looking to get a basic certification and then more advanced ones if i like - i am thinking i will love it..... ;-)

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Sydney Dives

Many people may diss Pro-Dive, but I can honestly tell you that they offer a good deal, especially if you do their two weekend course where you dive Jervis Bay - some of the best dives in NSW
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Check out Deep 6 Diving in West Ryde - they have one of the best reputations in the Industry. Great service - Ask for Mark or Marinka. They are not the cheapest - but they are worth checking out
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