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Last Chance $20,000 of Prizes


The iconic Amber Room on Karlsruhe Shipwreck
The iconic Amber Room on Karlsruhe Shipwreck

Underwater Tour Last Chance to win $20,000 of Prizes!

There's less than a week until entries for the Underwater Tour Awards close on Wed 31 March. There are serious prizes to be won. You still have the weekend to choose your final submissions and enter!

The Grand Guru Award winner will take home a prize bundle worth $10,000 – made up of $5,000 of gleaming SEACAM Silver and thanks to CameraPro, Canon's latest mirrorless EOS R6!

The Five Photo Category winners all receive $500 cash and fabulous product prizes thanks to ScubaPro, Momento Pro and Living Image.

There's A People’s Choice category too!


Last Chance $20,000 of Prizes!

Cooee Thalassophiles!

New this year, From the Heart to the Ocean – The Max Benjamin Award is open to all creatives working in any medium, who are inspired by the waterline, drawn by the sounds of the seas, its moods, its endless horizons, rhythm of its waves and the creatures that call it home.

Tell your ocean love story through the medium of your choice – music composition, film, sculpture, painting, illustration, animation, writing, stories, poems, haiku, song writing, textile design, performance art, story-telling, print making or drawing.

Show what the ocean means to you and how you share your story from your heart to the ocean with others.

The well deserving Award winner will experience one of the world’s most pristine reef and diverse marine environments – a 7 night stay at wonderful Walindi Plantation Resort in Papua New Guinea. This prize includes diving/snorkeling, meals and local PNG airport/resort transfers.

Be quick! Entries close on 31 March 2021. To find out more head to The Heart to the Ocean Award

Click here For more about the Underwater Tour Awards 2021

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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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