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Scuba Diving Sydney - Manly

  • Dive Course to 18m [Beginner Level]
  • Mulitple Start Dates [3 per week]
  • Weekday & Weekend
  • Scuba Gear [Equipment Included]
  • International License
  • No Experience Needed
Do you want a job or a lifestyle? Do you want the flexibility to change your career?
PRO DIVE and Pro Adventures (RTO 31105) have over 53 years of experience training in the above sectors, and many of our students have gone on to manage dive centres, training agencies, resorts, yachts and more!
  • 43ft Customised Dive Boat - Double Dives
  • 2 Pickup Locations [Manly Yacht Club & Rose Bay Wharf]
  • Morning and Afternoon Departures
  • Onboard Hire Department
  • In Water Guides [for inexperienced divers]
  • Nitrox Available
  • Half Day Trips [4-5 hrs]
  • Experienced Divemasters
  • Gear Hire Available
  • Dive Site Planner
  • Dive to 30m [Boat dives included]
  • Weekday & Weekend
  • 5 Speciality Dives
  • Learn to Navigate [Underwater]
  • Learn Basic Rescue Techniques

The most popular specialty course. Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression time, especially on repetitive scuba dives. 

General Information

A short 30-minute ferry ride across the world’s most spectacular harbour, Manly is a great place to start your Northern Beaches experience. It is a must-visit Sydney destination offering waterfront restaurants, attractions, adventure and entertainment.


Pro Dive Manly is located in the neighbouring suburb of Brookvale. Accessible by a short 20 minute bus or 10 minute car ride from Manly Wharf. We have plenty of off street parking available and can provide transport on most of our courses, including our Learn to Dive program.


The Northern Beaches offer us some spectacular dive sites, with the iconic Shelley Beach, Fairy Bower and Freshwater Beach being the most popular sites, which we dive frequently.


Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve (accessible via Fairy Bower and Shelley Beach) with more than 160 species of fish and seven types of habitat: rocky shores, sandy beaches, rocky reefs, seagrass beds, kelp, sandy seabed and open water. 


The fish range from common temperate species through to tropical species that move south on the East Australian Current (EAC). Many species use the reserve, including pelagic species, such as dusky whaler sharks, and sedentary species that rarely leave the reserve. Iconic species such as blue groper, giant cuttlefish and wobbegong sharks inhabit the area and protected species such as seadragons, elegant wrasse and black rockcod also venture here. Join us and explore Manly underwater!


Average Temperatures



December – January - February

  •  Some summer days may exceed 35°C
  •  Average minimum: 18°C
  •  Average maximum: 26°C



June – July – August

  •  Some winter days may exceed 25°C
  •  Winter nights can fall below 5°C
  •  Average minimum: 8°C
  •  Average maximum: 18°C


Warmest Ocean Temperatures:

January - February - March - April

  •  Some days may exceed 24°C
  •  Average minimum: 21°C
  •  Average maximum: 23°C


Coolest Ocean Temperatures:

June – July – August

  •  Average minimum: 16°C
  •  Average maximum: 17°C



Sydney - Manly