St Kippa-Ring, 11 Volunteer Street, Queensland, 4021
About the club – The Brisbane Underwater Club is a not for profit organisation which is dedicated to providing the ability to spearfish, free dive, scuba dive. There are regularly scheduled trips to the Sunshine Coast, Stradbroke Islands, Gold Coast, The northern end of NSW, and on the odd occasion we go all out and take a trip the Great Barrier Reef. We are dedicated to sustainably spearfishing and taking what you need, in order to preserve this fascinating sport.
Bundaberg, PO Box 592, Queensland 4670
Cairns, PO Box 1434, Queensland, 4870
The Cairns Underwater Association Inc. has been around for over 30 years and is affiliated with the Australian Underwater Federation. A great club which is passionate about the sport, the club meets on the last Wednesday of every month at the Yorkeys Knob Boat Club.
Woolgoolga, New South Wales, 2456
About the club – Coffs Harbour Bluewater Freedivers have the added bonus of having the Solitary Islands as their playground in which to spearfish and dive. CHBF meet on the third Wednesday of every month at various members clubs, as well as a monthly competition is held on the alternating weekends as long as the weather permits. This club has a friendly atmosphere as well as a great place to learn from some of the best, even if your passing through and looking for some information on where the best places are to dive, don’t hesitate to pop in!
Brisbane, Queensland, 4000
About the club – The Moreton Bay freedom divers meets every month on the first Thursday. The club is always interested in new members and anyone who is new to freediving or spearfishing or perhaps just interested in the sport is welcome to attend. There is a great social atmosphere to the club with day and weekend trips being organised as well as BBQ’s and other social outings.
2 Patricia Drive, Mackay, Queensland, 4740
About the club – The Mackay Down Under Skindiving Club is one of the oldest spearfishing and freediving clubs in Queensland. It has been around for over 60 years, and is still going strong, with meetings occurring on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7pm, Craig Barnett’s shed at the end of Victoria Street. The MDUSC is responsible for two competitions per month with their annual competition in memory of Andrew Clough which is held every year in September. Always keen for new spearfishers, anyone is welcome!