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Underwater Cameras

Reef Teach has several disposable and re-usable underwater film and digital cameras available for sale in our classroom, and we’ll give you a few simple tips on how to take a good photograph underwater in our presentation.

 

Books & DVDs

Reef Teach has the widest selection of marine field guides and souvenir books in Cairns. Whether you’re looking for a new dive log, a comprehensive field guide to help you identify fish and corals, a specialist guide to butterflyfish or nudibranchs, a coffee table book to take home as a souvenir, or a picture book for the children, we have something to meet your needs! Click on the categories below to browse our list of titles and book descriptions:

 

Underwater ID slates

Underwater ID Slates

Reef Teach underwater slates are a fantastic way to identify what you’re looking at out on the reef! They feature a plastic strap to attach to your wrist or your BCD and are available in English and Japanese. One features the common species of fish, and the other common marine life (corals and other animals) found on the Great Barrier Reef and throughout much of the Indo-Pacific (e.g. Thailand, Malaysia, Fiji, PNG, etc). They can be purchased singly for $9 per slate or $15 the pair, or wholesale (please contact us for pricing).

 

Reef Teach T-shirts

T-shirt Surgeonfish DesignT-shirt Triggerfish Design… make a fun souvenir. We have two comic designs, available in a range of sizes (S, M, L, XL, 2XL). Both have the wording “Reef Teach, Cairns, Australia” on the front, with either a gun-slinging Triggerfish or a scalpel-wielding Surgeonfish on the back. The designs are in black printed on a good quality white 100% cotton T-shirt. At $20 they are excellent value for money. 

 

Other GiftsMiscellaneous Products

We also sell a wide-range of marine-themed gifts, including reef posters, cuddly toys (including Nemo, Dory, Bruce, octopii, turtles, etc), sunglasses, postcards, glass art,  re-usable bags, stickers, signs, magnets, paperweights, stinger suits, sunscreen, and ginger tablets (to prevent sea-sickness).

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