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PADI Bubblemaker

A safe and thrilling experience for youngsters aged 8 upwards conducted in our swimming pool in Port Douglas.







Three great reasons to dive with Blue Dive

  • 1

    Dive safely in private groups with the top professional, dynamic and longest established PADI Dive Centre in Port Douglas. Looked after and led by experts.

  • 2

    Best diving on the best reefs: ALL our reef trips and courses complete on the outer GBR. This is where visibility is the best, not all operators can guarantee this

  • 3

    Blue Dive is the top-rated dive operation on Trip Advisor. Our small friendly small team has an unrivalled knowledge of the local reefs.

What does this experience involve?

We will introduce your youngsters to the underwater world in our tropically- styled pool in Port Douglas in a safe yet fun way.


Expert Blue Dive instructors will carefully look after your children up top and underwater.


Parents or guardians need to be in attendance at the briefing so they are happy that their children understand some of the basic safety issues of diving.


Once they are used to being underwater it’s time to play, safely of course! A great and fun experience.


Maximum depth 2 metres.

$250 per person – minimum 2, price for 1 on request


Price includes full equipment hire and transfers and expert and private Blue Dive tuition.
Please click here to enquire or check about availability.


Minimum age 8 and be medically fit and with parents written consent. Please note that asthma and some other medical conditions will prevent you from diving without a doctors Dive Medical.


Please check health issues when booking.

What will you be able to do upon completion?

Picked up from your hotel and taken back after the fun session which takes 2-3 hours.


You will increase your confidence in water, learn heaps of interesting stuff about diving and your school mates will be green with envy!


We issue you with a PADI Bubblemaker Certificate and complimentary photos.

“Best and most pristine examples of coral on the Great Barrier Reef” (Port Douglas reefs) – Source: The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority recent report.