Catch your own dinner and become a spearfishing extraordinaire! Learn about the art of spearfishing, hunting technique and perfect your breathe-hold technique for longer downtime?. You will gain the knowledge and experience to become an established spear fisherman ready to hunt.
This spearfishing experience is designed to give you all the knowledge and skills to become an established spear fisherman. This is the only experience of its kind around and can be completed by anyone who is a competent swimmer. No prior qualifications needed! Complete two dives and become an expert on breathe-hold techniques!
In this experience you learn about the history of spearfishing and its ancient origins and developing hunting techniques. You will also take part in numerous workshops. In the first workshop you will learn how to use your equipment and develop your handling skills. In the second workshop you will learn all about breathe-hold techniques that are pivotal to spearfishing as well as safety necessities for the sport. You will learn all about the different kinds of local species of fish as well as the local areas that are great for spearfishing.
Spearfishing is an art, and the instructors are trained, experienced divers.
Please Note: All participants must have a current Victorian fishing licence (these can be found on the website DEPI and can be purchased instantaneously)
This experience runs from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
The Experience is available on Wednesdays and Saturdays
In the event of extreme weather your experience may be rescheduled. You will be contacted by the experience provider.
All participants must be confident swimmers and comfortable in the water
All participants must have a current Victorian fishing licence (these can be found on the website DEPI and can be purchased instantaneously)
The minimum age is 14 years, parental consent if under 18 years of age is required
Not suitable for pregnant women
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy: