The Scuba Gym Australia


The Scuba Gym provides Scuba Therapy to people with special needs, like Quadriplegics, Paraplegics, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Lyme’s Disease, Dandy-Walker Syndrome, Hypotonia, Fibromyalgia, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), Motor Neuron Disease, Spina Bifida, Autism, Down Syndrome, PTSD and amputees, and all others that have the desire to learn to scuba dive.

We have seen autistic children concentrate, focus, gain confidence, do things their parents thought they would never do.

Scuba Therapy allows for unique therapy in a weightless environment giving people the ability to increase strength and flexibility not possible during normal workouts. At the Scuba Gym, individualized workouts without gravity are designed to naturally strengthen and heal the body. The benefits are individual to each participant and are life-changing.


Scuba Therapy for all People with Disabilities
Scuba Diving Certification Training including Adaptive Scuba for PWD
Scuba Camps for Down Syndrome and Autistic people


243 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy NSW 2256, Australia
Social or Competitive social
Age Groups 12-16
Where based water
Active Kids Compliant
Gender competitions mixed
Days weekends, weekdays, am, pm​
Fitness Level all​
Individual or Team individual​
Cost Structure per-visit, introductory​
Inclusive Info

We primarily help people with disabilities to heal and rehabilitate in a unique way - exercising underwater.
Our open water scuba diving courses are for able-bodied as well as PWD and PTSD sufferers too.
Scuba Camps happen mainly on weekends throughout the year specifically for down syndrome and autistic people who want a full day out socializing and stepping out of their comfort zones into a whole new world underwater.

Equipment Provided Provided excluding specific clothing​
Affiliated Associations

SCIA Australia
Paraquad NSW
NAUI (National Association of Underwater Instructors)
DIVE RAID (Rebreather Association of International Divers)


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