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Find Our Dive Shops In Phuket

Find Our Dive Shops In Phuket

Find Our Dive Shops In Phuket

This page will help you find both the Aussie Divers shops in Phuket.

Feel free to drop by anytime

Aussie Divers Phuket have two physical dive shops for extra convenience when you are visiting Phuket. Shop one, our Chalong dive center is close to where you will leave from for all your day trip scuba diving, it’s also a got rooms for you to stay in so there is no way you can miss your dives. If you are doing your IDC with us this shop is where you will be spending most of your time!

Shop two is located in Patong, one of Phuket’s most popular destinations for tourists due to the night life and amazing beaches on your doorstep. If you are in Patong and want to go scuba diving it will much easier for you to drop into Patong store and organise your diving in person, those staying in Patong get free transfers to and from their hotels on the day of your scuba diving activities.

Aussie Divers Phuket – Chalong Training Center

Address: 43/17 Moo 5, Wiset Road, Chalong, Phuket 83000 Thailand

Directions

Our Chalong shop is very easy to find. We are right next to Dock Town wet suit makers, on the Chalong Pier Road. If you are coming from Rawai turn right at Chalong circle roundabout. When you are coming from Kata or Karon, simple go straight at the circle, and if you are coming from Phuket Town you need to turn left at the circle. We are about half way down the Pier Rd (Sunrise Rd) on the right hand side, look for a big blue building with Aussie Divers Phuket written on it, that’s us!

Directions to Chalong Training Centre For your Thai Taxi driver:

จากวงเวียนห้าแยกเข้ามาทางท่าเรืออ่าวฉลอง
ให้สังเกตตึกสีน้ำเงินด้านขวามือกลางซอยถึงก่อนแฟมิลี่มาร์ท
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Aussie Divers Phuket -Patong Office

Aussie Divers Phuket staff out front of Patong Dive shop

Aussie Divers Phuket staff out front of Patong Dive shop

Address: 158/8 Nanai Road Patong, Kathu Phuket 83150 Thailand

Directions

From Kata and Karon:Follow the Karon – Patong road to Patong. You will hit a crazy intersection operated by a set temperamental traffic, with a small circle/roudabout. Make a hard right into the smallest of all of the roads (Nanai Road). Follow it as it winds up and down a hill. The shop about 800 metres on the right hand side. You need to pass Soi Nanai 8, around the bend. The first 7/11 you see we will be across the road. We are attached to Bauman Ville Hotel and next to Sutin Car Rent (most taxis know this place).

Directions to Patong office For your Thai Taxi driver:

ออสซี่ไดวเวอร์ภูเก็ต
อยู่ติดกับสุทินคาร์เร้นท์ ตึกเดียวกับโรงแรมบาวแมนวิวล์
มาจากทางแมคโครถึงก่อนนาในซอย 8

Can’t find us?

We have free pick up from Patong and close by. If your driver is having trouble have him call us and we will guide him in.

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