Go Dive - Tasmania
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Directions to Go Dive
Go Dive has outlets in both, Hobart and Launceston as well as a dive lodge and charter operation on the Tasman Peninsula. Go Dive is Tasmania's largest scuba retail operator and diver training centre.
Whether you are looking to try scuba diving for the first time or are an experienced diver wanting to upgrade your qualifications Go Dive can meet your needs with fully qualified instructors and courses run regularly.
With three custom built dive boats situated around the state, usually at Launceston, Hobart and Eaglehawk Neck on the Tasman Peninsula you will have plenty of dive sites to choose from.
Near Eaglehawk Neck the diver's lodge offers self-contained accommodation with 12 bedrooms (24 beds in all). This is a great base from which you can dive all around the Tasman Peninsula which includes the well-known dive sites of the SS Nord, Cathedral Caves, Fortescue Bay kelp forests and Port Arthur cliff. The lodge also has an air and nitrox fill station, charter facility and hire gear.
At their outlets you can find all you need for diving or snorkelling. Staff can assist and advise on gear purchase or hire. You can have your diving gear professionally serviced and tanks refilled.
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