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Dive Log is the premier scuba diving monthly magazine that provides all the latest scuba news and information from across Australia and the Asia/Pacific region. You can read our monthly magazine free by clicking on the Latest Edition tab, download the iPad application at a low cost of $1.99 or find it at your nearest Newsagent for $4.95. Dive Log is also available at selected dive stores. Each month we look at the key issues that effect us all as divers as well as look at great diving locations in the region as well as the perfect scuba diving holiday destinations. We also review the latest diving equipment and gear and scuba courses and certifications, to ensure you are always up to date with the latest and best things happening in the scuba diving industry.

Under the incredible Edithburg Jetty

Marine Naturalist goes to Lembeh p2
Jumping in the deep end

South Australia has many wonderful dive sites, including an outstanding collection of jetty dives. The most famous of these jetties is Rapid Bay Jetty, south of Adelaide, where I have enjoyed many brilliant dives. But on a recent trip to South Australia I explored an even better jetty on the Yorke Peninsula, the incredible Edithburgh Jetty.
Edithburgh Jetty is a site that I have always wanted to explore.


The basic principle of evolution is that life forms are in a state of constant change. In fact, the trend of life forms on our planet has always been from the simple to the more complex. Simple algae became multi-cellular plants.
You would have to say that life forms are always improving or becoming more advanced. Take the Cephalopods, for example.
They are incredibly sophisticated Jet Powered predatory Molluscs.


Thwack of fins on the water’s surface. Pfft of emptying snorkels. The water churns, pushed in a multitude of directions by flailing limbs. Inhale, and dive.

Below the surface, sounds are muted, the rush of water a distant susurration. Bodies streak along, torpedoes with purpose. Skin ripples beneath the flowing pressures. Focus narrows until only the game exists.
A red ball changes hands and suddenly nears a metal basket.

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