The Dive Tribe

Hervey Bay Dive Centre's 'Dive Tribe' is the collective of some of the best dive personalities currently blowing bubbles.Rachel       

Rachel

The Boss; Coxswain/skipper and Dive Master! Rachel is the leader and organisation behind The Team Extreme and keeps everyone in check. Mad keen ultra-thon athlete and photographer with an awesome portfolio of underwater images..... she should open a gallery!

Matt          

PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor who looks after all our dive operations and planning. Matt's extraordinary under water skills have been honed over the course of many years whilst delivering key PADI specialities courses throughout the world. Matt is certified to deliver the DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle), wreck and many other speciality training courses.

Grant 

PADI Dive Instructor, Coxswain/skipper and keen underwater photographer who has an undying passion for wreck diving and the elusive marine gastropod molluscs 'the nudibranch'. Grant is the technical/side-mount diver guru and wreck specialist. Grant is certified to deliver the DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) training. 

Shohei

From Kunitachi in Japan; Shohei has worked his way into The Team Extreme and is a resident dive master assisting with PADI courses and guiding the ex-HMAS Tobruk dive tours. Not only trained as a chef Shohei is also an extraordinary leather worker with his leather art at the top end of consumer demand.

Iain         

Iain is the man behind our digital presence and looks after the design and marketing aspects of the business in his spare time from his real job.

Ed  

The Old Boy has been in the water since he was a young lad in Papua New Guinea strapping on a scuba tank for the first time in 1968 and gained his PADI certification 1978. He has no idea how many dives he has had suffice to say he has pretty well dived everywhere in the Pacific. Ed is a Master 5 skipper, Offshore Ocean Yacht Master, Marine Engine Driver Class 2 and holds many other relevant marine qualifications and is passionate about marine conservation. Ed also is a maritime trainer and AMSA assessor.