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Snorkeling is a fantastic way to see the hidden treasures of the Great Barrier Reef. Our Snorkeling Day Trips are suitable for children 12 and older as well as adults without an open water dive course qualification.
A fun and safe water adventure for everyone. Read more >>
Discover new adventures, explore historic paddle steamers and sailing ship wrecks or simply see the wondrous world beneath the waves. Keswick Island has it all.
The Open Water Diver course is the world’s most popular scuba course, and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous diving lifestyle.
Once completed, you are qualified to move on to a wide range of speciality diving courses as well as take part in range of diving trips. Read more >>
Study Your Dive Theory at Home
Online training allows you to start learning about diving and snorkeling even before booking your first dive. It also allows you to complete the academic portion of your course before arriving on the island, allowing for even more time in the water. Start your free dive course now.
Receive a Free Wetsuit
Our vision is to share the underwater world with residents of Mackay and further afield. Our special for the winter is to supply a free wetsuit to the value of $235 when you sign up for an Open Water Course after your Scuba Experience.
See our dive gear range for some super specials.
Nestled within the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, just a stone’s throw from the tropical Queensland city of Mackay, lies a world of undiscovered treasures.
Keswick Island is a natural wonderland – a world of national parks and tropical rainforests, fringed by white sands and a coral reef bursting with vibrant marine life.
Keswick offers an escape to seclusion with no resorts, no spas and no hectic crowds. For some it is a retreat, a place to relax and re-energise, while for others it is a destination for discovery and adventure. Whatever you are looking for, the answer is hidden right here on Keswick, the Treasured Island.
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