SCUBA Dive Nelson Bay, Port Stephens with Lets Go Adventures! Learn to dive, or go boat diving, freediving, snorkelling with the highest rated PADI Dive facility in the Port Stephens, Hunter Valley and Newcastle area. You can also do a boat and jetski license course. With Lets Go Adventures and you will have fun with a safety focused and environmentally conscious operator – Join them and experience why locals voted Lets Go Adventures winners in the 2011 Port Stephens Business Awards!
Located on the waterfront at d’Albora Marina, Lets Go Adventures is the new name of Nelson Bays longest established diving centre, proudly hosting the most active dive club in the Port Stephens area! They operate a full service dive operation including three fully surveyed Dive Boats, nitrox facility, a large range of equipment hire, equipment servicing, and store front parking, a convenient gear wash down area and hot showers.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
Nature & Wildlife
From $130 to $180
Twenty kilometres north of Port Stephens is beautiful Broughton Island. Join Lets Go Adventures for a day on the water.
Double boat dives depart at 8am, please meet at their shop 45 minutes prior to departure.
Load your dive gear into the trolleys and your gear will be taken to the boat for you. Please supply your own second tank. A complimentary dive guides service is available for those wishing to be led. You will be supplied with light refreshments during your surface interval. After your dive you can wash your gear in the purpose built washdown area plus enjoy a hot shower. Then after you have logged your dives you are invited to share lunch with the guides to share your diving tales.
From $70 to $180
With over 20 fantastic dive sites in Port Stephens, there are a number they don’t get to very often. Why not come and discover that adventurer in you and dive with them on some of these amazing and less well visited sites, you never know what great sea life you’ll discover.