2 day PADI Freediving Course


get deep with us

Want to improve your technique, ability, safety or knowledge in freediving and spearfishing?  Say yes to something completely new for the first time. We tailor the course so you get the most out of it.

We’ve been wetting the gills since birth. Now we want to share our passion, knowledge and experience for freediving & spearfishing with you. We have 30+ years of combined experience. Educating ourselves through travel, people, mistakes, years underwater, practice and courses.

the lowdown

Experience the literally breathtaking world beneath the surface in the tropical waters of Queensland. With one breath of air, we descend to depths between 10-20m in a safe and relaxing environment.

When diving into an ecosystem where there are countless variables, a freediving course is invaluable. While freediving, snorkelling or spearing it's critical to understand what's happening with our mind and body as we move through the water, holding our breath and exploring the underwater world.

You will you learn how to get deep, increase bottom time, and become super comfortable in the ocean, and all within a natural and relaxed atmosphere. 

At the end of your time with us, you will receive your Level 1 PADI Freediver qualification.



$495.00AUD pp 


Far North Queensland, between Townsville & Port Douglas (Australia)


  • Level 1 PADI Freediving Certification

  • One- on- one in Pool, Lake or Ocean training


2 days (Generally Saturday-Sunday)


Please inquire for next dates to book

group size

4 min, 8 max




THE B2B System

What you will learn with us:

  1. History & philosophy of freediving

  2. The different disciplines of freediving & how to train them

  3. Equipment used by professional & recreational freedivers 

  4. Relaxation & mental strengthening

  5. Personalised breathing techniques

  6. Equalisation

  7. Shallow water blackouts, sambas. How to rescue someone and how not to have them! 

  8. Recovery breathing

  9. Extending bottom time 

  10. Tip, tricks and lessons we have learnt from our 30 years combined experience underwater