Lord Howe Island off the east coast of Australia, just a 2 hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane, is one of the worlds most beautiful World Heritage listed islands surrounded by a NSW Marine Park. Warm tropical waters and cooler currents have created a diverse range of marine life, a unique mix of both tropical and temperate water fish. In short, a diving paradise!


The biggest Octopus that we’ve ever seen!

February 24, 2015

On 4th January of this year, one of the largest privately owned super yachts made their way to little ol’ Lord Howe Island. The Octopus spent their New Year celebration moored at the Sydney Harbour and then decided on a short visit to our little island paradise for as much scuba diving as they could fit in. Having sent one of their live aboard dive instructors to the island a week before to check out the island and diving, they asked us to be their local dive guides during their stay! The Octopus arrived early morning and Divemaster Ivana excitedly hopped aboard the Octopus just after sunrise to guide them 20km south of island to Ball’s Pyramid. By 9am the...

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Stella - Our newest intern!

February 02, 2015

We'd like to welcome Stella Maynard from Sydney who has recently joined the Pro Dive Lord Howe Island team. Stella flew in yesterday afternoon and is already on her way to a dive this morning at 'The Triangle'! We're looking forward to mentoring Stella for the next 4 months.

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Currently no Internet

December 10, 2014

Please bear with us as our internet service provider on Lord Howe Island has not been providing an internet service for one month and counting. For any urgent enquiries please call us on 02 6563 2253. Hope to have a solution soon!

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Balls Pyramid!

November 23, 2014

We have had the luxury of diving at Balls Pyramid three times so far this season with plans to go again this Thursday. Watch our social media spaces for images and updates!

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