To ensure the smooth running of these sessions please contact us to book a place (or let your club dive organiser know for club dives), advise us/them if you become unavailable, otherwise ensure that you are there on time and bring your certification card.
Our training dives aim to be educational, enjoyable and, of course, safe. The dives are supervised by PADI instructors. To ensure your wellbeing and to meet the requirements of our insurers, we require dives to complete the standard PADI forms, including a medical form. If you answer "YES" to any of the questions then you must provide a medical certificate from a doctor confirming that you are medically fit to dive despite the condition.
Note that all divers must be certified, medically fit to dive and must not have the flu, hay fever or a cold.
Divers must not have consumed alcohol, taken drugs nor flown in a pressurised aircraft in the previous 12 hours.
Divers must use equipment that: is in service; is in good working order; has been maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications; and has been checked prior to partaking in the dive.
Reef Watch requires you to provide the following equipment:
- Tank (compressed air cylinder and valve designed specifically for SCUBA)
- Buoyancy Control Device fitted with a power inflator device
- Regular fitted with an alternate air source, or an alternate air supply
- Submersible depth and cylinder pressure indicators
- Quick-release weight system
- Timing device
- Diving knife in case of entanglement
The following dive centres have offered support for our training program. At the completion of your training dive you will receive a signed coupon that can be used to refill your tank or obtain discount on your next gear hire, depending on what has been offered by the dive centre.
- The Dive Shack
- Underwater Sports Diving Centre
- Divers Delight
- Adelaide University Scuba Diving Club
- Flinders University Underwater Club
- Alex Suslin Equipment Servicing