Looking to extend your diving skills, or get qualified as an instructor? Or purhaps you want to take an underwater trip with some friends and grab some great new gear? Dive HQ Christchurch has everything you need.
Taking one of our SCUBA courses is informative and fun. You’ll be taught by one of our experienced and trained diver instructors who are experts in their fields. We offer PADI recreational dive courses, technical dive training, spearfishing courses, and breath hold courses. Or you can become a member of the prestigious Academy of Diving, providing you with tertiary SCUBA qualifications on either a full time or part time basis.
We sell the world’s leading brands with a full range of SCUBA diving and Spearfishing equipment. Visit us in store at 103 Durham Street South or on our tradme store to check out the exciting range we have to offer.
DiveHQ Christchurch is the home of diving and the South Island’s largest dive retailer. We offer quality Scuba gear hire, full service centre, Enriched Air training and filling station, local and international dive and spearfishing trips.
Get PADI Open Water Certified and the first breaths you take underwater will be your most memorable. Learn how to SCUBA Dive with Dive HQ Christchurch, where we have dive courses for beginners through to advanced. Try Dives and Online Learning available.More info
Become a Dive Instructor. Student Loans and Allowances Approved Courses. Part time and full time study options. One year Diploma Course starting 1st August 2016. We’ll set you up for an exciting career in Diving. Enquire now for a free info pack.
Join club HQ and receive member benefits in-store, priority booking on dive trips and information evenings. We would love to share our dive experiences with you and connect you with other divers.
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As winter draws nearer, it is time to start preparing for the cold. Bring out the woolly jumpers, stock up on hot chocolate, (and don’t forget the whisky!) Shorter days, chilly weather, and cooler waters are no reasons to stop you from diving – so long as you know how to keep warm. It is […]Read full blog post