COVID-19 Pandemic & This Website
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a huge impact on local Gold Coast businesses, which rely heavily on visitors from Queensland, interstate and overseas.
During this time, it is hard to keep the website fully up to date with all the changes. In the meantime here are some resources for visitors. Our main booking partners for hotels and for tours, tickets, theme parks and activities are keeping everything up to date, so please use those resources in the meantime.
Travel Information for Queensland Visitors - Queensland Tourist Safety Information - regularly updated, official website.
COVID-19 FAQ's For Activities, Tours, Cruises & Theme Park Tickets - General Ticket & Pass FAQs and COVID-19 Travel Update.
Thank you for your understanding and patience at this really difficult time.
Scuba Diving In January in Gold Coast Australia
Can you go Scuba Diving in January in Gold Coast Australia?
Most definitely you can scuba dive in January on the Gold Coast and in fact just about anywhere in Australia.
January is a summer month in Australia. In the Gold Coast the water temperatures are quite warm on average warmer than 22°C plus (71°F plus).
In addition, unlike Queensland destinations further north like Cairns and Port Douglas, we do not suffer from the box jellyfish nor marine stingers, so you can dive in our waters year round without having to take those precautions.
There are some great places to scuba dive around the Gold Coast and Queensland.
Here are some options for the Gold Coast area:
- Scuba Diving on Gold Coast Australia - including single dives, introductory dives, snorkelling and dive courses.
- Cooly Dive in Southern Gold Coast and Tweed Region offering snorkelling and diving with the Turtles of Cook Island.
If you have any more questions relating to scuba diving, please leave in the comments below.
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