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Find Our Dive Shops In Thailand

Find Our Dive Shops In Thailand

Find Our Dive Shops In Thailand

This page will help you find our dive shop locations around Thailand.

Aussie Divers Phuket – Chalong Training Center

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

Aussie Divers Phuket Chalong Shop

Aussie Divers Phuket Chalong Shop

Feel free to drop by anytime

Aussie Divers Phuket has a number of shops & training locations around Thailand. Shop one, our is close to the Chalong pier where all the dive boats depart from for the daily trips, 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!

Chalong PADI 5 Star IDC training center

Our second location is Aussie Divers at Koh Tao where we work as a partnership with the Assava Resort.

We also offer theory & pool training in Bangkok, available upon request, simply contact us and we will help set up the PADI training in Bangkok.

Currently our booking office in Patong is temporarily closed due to covid-19. We can however arrange for one of our friendly staff to meet you in person at your hotel lobby or a convenient location if you would like to chat and arrange the booking in person.

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:

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Our booking office in Patong is temporarily closed due to covid-19

Due to the covid-19 outbreak our Patong booking offfice is temporarility closed until further notice. Our friend staff are however still at our main office in Chalong daily & can happily help you with your inquiry’s.

Phone: +66 (0)806 961 461
Email: info@aussiediversphuket.com

Like to meet in Person

Contact our team to arrange a meeting in person, we can have a staff member meet you at your hotel lobby (Patong, Kata, Karon, Kamala, Chalong & Rawai) to discus diving and arrange the booking with you personally.

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