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Deb Aston

Underwater photographer Deb Aston diving at the sand pumping pipeline, Gold Coast Seaway, Queensland, August 2013.

Deb Aston
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I have been a recreational scuba diver since 1983 and together with my husband Ted and dive Bud Audrey, enjoy many hours underwater. I guess you can call me a dive addict, as I will dive anywhere anytime, and prefer the smaller critters to be found in the marine underworld. It is rare to find me without a camera and still happy to say I see something new on nearly every dive. Our home base dive site is the Gold Coast Seaway, the only shore dive in SE Qld, and an amazing place it is. For dives offshore we use our small rigid inflatable boat called 'Duck Diver'. 'Duck Diver' has travelled as far north as Bargara to dive Cochrane Artificial Reef and south to Jervis Bay and lots of great places in between. We prefer to explore Australian waters rather than short trips overseas and love the shore diving in South Australia and Mornington Peninsula.

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