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Friends & Partners From Around The World

Friends & Partners From Around The World

Other dive & liveaboard operators we recommend

Here is comprehensive list of Aussie Divers Phuket, friends & partners both local and from around the world.

Diving Related Sites

PADI: The worlds biggest scuba diving training organisation. 22 million people can’t be wrong.

Underwater Australasia: A great scuba diving portal for the Australian and Asian dive community.

Divezone: A nice scuba diving portal.

Mildura Desert Divers: A scuba diving club based in Mildure, Victoria, Australia

Nudi Pixel: A great nudibranch identification website.

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Dive Centres and Liveaboards Outside of Phuket

Geko Dive Bali: Friends Cedric and Liv run a fantastic PADI 5 Star Dive Centre in Padang Bai. Nice relaxed diving with friendly expert advice.

Kirra Dive Queensland Australia: Contact our friend Rudi or Paul for some great diving around Tweed Heads, Gold Coast and beyond. One of the most enthusiastic instructors you will ever want to meet.

Aquatic Adventures Melbourne Australia: One of Melbourne’s premier PADI Dive Centres and a great choice for all you scuba diving needs in Melbourne. Contact Damian for any of your enquiries.

Bali Breizh Divers: Centre de Plongée Français PADI 5 Stars IDC vous propose de plonger tout autour de Bali et aux Iles Gilis le temps d’un séjour ou de vous former à la plongée de l’open water jusqu’à l’instructeur PADI.

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Hotels in Phuket

Boomerang Inn Patong: Bob and Lek provide great Australian hospitality in their family run hotel in the middle of Patong for affordable prices.

Bauman Ville Patong: Sitting right on top of Aussie Divers Phuket….literally.

Agoda: A hotel booking website. Good prices.

Environmental Websites

Shark Guardian

Shark Guardian

Project Aware: A global force of divers mobilizing to protect our planet in more than 180 countries.

Sea Shepard: An organisation helping to protect our seas and marine life.

Shark Savers: A group out to protect the world sharks and rays.

Manta Trust: A Manta Ray conservation site. Conservation through Research Awareness and Education

Shark Guardian: A worldwide organsiation helping proctect our endangered shark population.

Reef Repair: An organisation protecting coral reefs by producing reef safe sunscreen, soaps and hair care products.

Phuket Information Sites

Dr. Wattana International Medical Clinic: Medical Practice: Doctor Wattana is a very experience medical practition and also speaks very good english. He also specilises in diving related concerns.

SSS Recompression Chamber Phuket: Worldwide Recomression organisation here in Phuket. Highly recommended for any scuba diving injuries or concerns.

Bangkok International Hospital Phuket: A world class and modern hospital here in Phuket with a number of specialist doctors most of which speak English. You are in very safe hands here.

Tourism Authority of Thailand: Thailand’s governmental tourism website.

Phuket Has Been Good To Us: A great Phuket welfare organisation.

Hard Rock Cafe Phuket: A world recognised restaurant in Phuket, Thailand.

Things to do in Phuket

Sweet Lemongrass Massage: Quality massage by professional masseuses. Highly recommended by the Aussie Divers Phuket staff.

Aussie Bar Patong Beach – Phuket : The best place in town for Aussie sport including AFL and NRL and is you are missing some quality Australian food look no further.

Travel Sites

Tripadvisor: A great world wide travel site packed with lots of information about travel locations, hotels and much more.

Google Links: Google’s review site for businesses. Leave you Aussie Divers Phuket review at this site.

Other Websites

Emergency First Response: An organisation responsible for first aid education. A very useful resource that could help you save a life one day.

Windguru: A great world weather site. Lots of useful information on wind strength, wave sizes and rain.

Phuket Gazette: One of Phuket’s leading news websites.

Phuket Post: Another of Phuket’s English newspapers. Keep up to date with what is happening in Phuket.

fjimges: Check out our friend Frederic Juneau for some great underwater pictures

Equipment

Suunto: The world’s leading manufacturer of scuba diving computers.

Scubapro: A world leader in scuba diving equipment.

Gull: A Japanese company designing products for the Asian market.

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