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Southern Right Whale Research

Rare footage of an endangered white Southern Right Whale calf has been filmed in a collaborative project between Murdoch University and Aarhus University in Denmark. The project aims to gather data to assist in our understanding of the behaviours and patterns of these whales. Researchers rely heavily on drones to gather data that previously we would never have been able to …

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PNG Rabaul Dive Trip

Imagine your very own beach hideaway with pristine coral right at your doorstep and endless WWII dive sites within arms reach.  This is the spectacle that you can expect when you arrive at Kabaira Beach Hideaway, Rabaul, the first stop in a once in a lifetime dive adventure with Adreno. We’ve been working hard (really hard, we swear!) exploring some of the World’s best …

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Beuchat – 80+ years of Scuba Diving Innovation

We have a special relationship with Beuchat here at Adreno as the exclusive distributors of the brand within the country. Apart from producing equipment to an exceptional standard of quality, and continuing to be at the forefront of innovation in Scuba Diving, Beuchat is the oldest company in the dive industry and inventors of both the isothermic wetsuit and the …

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Adidas Making Waves Toward a Greener Future

Parley for the oceans, a creative nonprofit environmental organisation has collaborated with  international apparel brand Adidas as a part of their new Sustainability Strategy. Together they’ve designed a concept sneaker created from recycled fishnets and conserved plastic waste taken directly from the ocean. The growing issue of trash in the ocean has researchers around the world looking at sustainable and scalable solutions, not only in collecting litter, …

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Unicorn of the Sea Found on Belgium’s Shoreline

In the family of the Beluga whale (Monodontidae), a Narwhal typically found in the Arctic waters of Greenland, Russia and Canada was found washed upon the shores of Belgium. This near threatened toothed whale was found 50km form the ocean up the Scheldt River.  The whale was determined to be a young male, of just under 3 metres with a 50cm tusk. It …

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Melbourne Top 5 Scuba Dive Sites

Great culture, great food and unbeknownst to most – great scuba diving. Melbourne, long known as Australia’s capital of culture is also gaining recognition amongst divers as a frontier to be explored. While we recommend suiting up in one of our drysuits, the chilly waters of Melbourne offer a chance to see marine life not found in the more tropical …

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Whitsundays Top 5 Scuba Dive Sites

Now take note, this one is for the weekend warriors. For divers with a 5 metre boat only big enough for mates and a good time. The divers that won’t make it out to the well trodden Great Barrier Reef, but are hunting for a good dive around the famous islands that other nations envy. Blue Pearl Bay – Hayman …

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Farnsworth Bank – Catalina Island, California

Farnsworth Bank is one of those far off destinations in the world that is absolutely a must for a destination diver. An underwater landscape full of massive pinnacles and steep ledges known for its uniquely rare purple hydra coral. Purple Hydra Coral Yellow A California Golden Gorgonian (Muricea californica) Red Gorgonian