Advanced Diver Course Perth

Advance your skills as a diver so you can dive deeper, learn underwater navigation and dive at night.


Become an Advanced Diver with Dive Ski Surf

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver is your opportunity to experience 5 different specialities. (Night, Deep, Navigation) Wreck, Naturalist, Fish ID, Boat Diving, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Search and Recovery or Dry Suit.

Up Coming Advanced Open Water Course Dates

Saturday 3rd – Sunday 4th November
Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th November



  • All study material/ Workbooks
  • Deluxe Dive Planning Slate
  • Wall Certificate on Completion
  • Hire of all gear
  • 2 Boat Dives off Rottnest Island
  • 3 Shore Dives (Includes 1 night dive)
  • BCD, Regs & Tanks (If requiring Mask, Snorkel, Fins & Wetsuit this is an additional $25)
  • Equipment Discounts for Students on Courses


  • Open Water Certification
  • Over 15yrs of Age

Items required for dive

*Items will be available at a course special price on the first day of the course. And for those completing the night portion for this course you will also require: Torch and cylume stick.

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Dive Slate

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Dive Slate

A dive slate is an erasable sheet or board that can be used with a standard lead pencil that will stay on the surface under and above the water until you remove it, making a dive slate a handy way to record information underwater for later review.

Dive Safety Sausage

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Dive Safety Sausage

A safety sausage is an inflatable buoy used when the diver is at the surface to indicate the diver's position to the dive boat, reducing the risk of losing contact when air, light or sea conditions decrease the visibility of the divers from the boat.

Dive Torch

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Dive torches have a place on every single dive, from looking at critters in dark crevices, signalling a buddy on a night dive or lighting up that wreck you've always wanted to dive. There's a torch for every occasion 

Dive Knife

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Dive Knife

A dive knife is a general tool that can help divers in a wide range of situations some examples of these can be. To free entangled fishing line or debris away from marine life or structure, another is to tap on a tank to get a buddies attention in case of an emergency.


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