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!



New Limited Edition Winter Apparel

May 10, 2016

We are patiently waiting for our winter stock to arrive. T-shirts and hoodies come in XS - XXL and caps are OSFA. Limited edition, designed by Eleanor Harker. Email info@prodivelordhoweisland.com.au for the full range and to pre order yours today!

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Dive Weeks with Pinetrees Lodge

April 08, 2016

Spaces are filling quickly to be part of dive week being hosted by Pinetrees Lodge and Pro Dive Lord Howe Island. Your dive week will include: 10 dives, 1 sunrise dive and 1 night dive (first time this package has been offered!) Dive gear and guide included Glorious food prepared by Pinetrees Lodge so you can relax after diving. Food includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and 4-5 course dinners 6 nights accommodation (Pay 6, stay for 7 if you book before 31st May 2016) Airport transfers Full use of lodge facilities For more information, visit http://www.pinetrees.com.au/rates-packages/dive-weeks?prev1=/rates-and-packages 

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PADI Divemaster Interns

February 05, 2016

As we farewell Shona Rankin who recently completed her PADI Divemaster Internship, we welcome Ari Davidson and Kathryn Bewicke who begin their stint with us as interns. Ari and Kathryn join us for the next four months.  Recently certified PADI Divemaster Intern David Short has decided to stay on the island for the rest of the season to continue diving and working towards his PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor's course. Look out for David on your dives who just might take your underwater selfie on your behalf.

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Hollywood on Lord Howe

November 15, 2015

We’ve just spent the past month involved in the making of a Hollywood film. ‘Pinnacle’ was integral in setting up the movie scene at Neds Beach which consisted of the installation of a fake rock and a buoy.  All considerations were given to the maintenance of our fragile and unique aquatic ecosystem and the entire installation took place on an uninterrupted area of sand.  It was a great experience and we met some amazing people along the way. We look forward to seeing the final product in June 2016.

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