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About Freedive Tasmania

Our island home has some of the best temperate diving not just in Australia, but the world. It is a stronghold for the last forests of giant kelp, with curious seals and dolphins, and is along the migratory routes of whales. Tasmania captures anyone with a love for the ocean and diving.

Tasmania is often quite literally left off the map of Australia. This is a blessing in some ways, as it is definitely a well-kept secret. But being far from the big cities and well-trodden paths does come with risks.

Pack of Fish

If you have a passion for freediving, there is nothing stopping you from diving in. All you need is yourself. However, without the right training, it is a dangerous activity, with misinformation having deadly results.

Freedive Tasmania was formed by  PADI Instructor and Master Freediver Kaeo Landon-Lane.
I grew up in Tassie's ocean with a passion for freediving and teaching it, long before I got qualified as a freediver. I saw a real need for easily accessible freediving courses in Tasmania. As a teenager, I would often be diving alone, and never with qualified buddies who knew safety or rescue techniques. I started without any guidance from a teacher, and after I took my first course, I knew I had to make a difference in Tasmania.

Freedive Tasmania's goal is to build on the scattered community of freediving in Tasmania, linking people together who want to dive, and providing the teaching statewide to make sure those who are going to freedive can freedive with the right training. These two goals combined make it a safer and more enjoyable sport, shared by everyone!


Meet Your Instructor

Kaeo Landon-Lane

If there is two things I'm passionate about, it's Tasmania, and water. I know freediving in Tasmania as much as I know myself! I have dived around Tasmania's coasts for my entire life, and have trained under freediving masters around the world. I can honestly say I Tassie has the most incredible freediving the world has to offer- after diving overseas I would always jump straight in to the giant kelp forests, swim with the seals and explore the caves of granite boulders when I came back.

After having no access to any training in Tasmania, I made it a mission to bring training here. Tasmania is an underrated, world-class diving location, and the home of the best giant kelp forests in Australia, and no one knows the freediving here better than me.

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