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Dry Suits in Australia

Do you need help selecting the right drysuit for diving activities? Feel free to get in touch with Dive Gear Australia – a leading supplier of high-quality waterproof drysuits in Australia. We stock the very best drysuits for diving on the market in various sizes, styles, thicknesses and colours. Every drysuit for sale in our range is competitively priced and made from highly durable and comfortable materials that will keep you warm and dry.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a drysuit for scuba diving?

Yes, you do. Scuba diving drysuits are designed to keep the wearer dry, warm and comfortable when in the water by keeping water out. A drysuit should be worn in environments where the water is below 14°C or where harsh conditions are present.

What are pros and cons of drysuits for scuba diving?


  • Keeps users dry
  • Feels very warm, even when in cold water
  • Made of ultra-stretch neoprene, making them comfortable to wear
  • Allows users to dive for longer periods of time


  • More expensive than wetsuits
  • Harder to put on
  • Tears more easily
  • Can feel quite heavy, especially when wet, and needs a lot of weight to provide neutral buoyancy

What is a drysuit, and what’s the difference between a wet suit vs. a dry suit?

A diving drysuit is a waterproof diving suit that works by sealing a layer of air between the diver and the water. The difference between scuba diving drysuits and wetsuits is that a wetsuit will trap water between the wetsuit and the wearer’s skin, whereas a diving drysuit is looser fitting and uses air instead of water to minimise heat loss and keep the wearer warmer.

Is it difficult to dive with a dry suit?

No, it’s not difficult at all to go diving while wearing a diving drysuit, although it may take some time to get used to wearing a drysuit for diving activities.

What do I wear under a dry suit?

When wearing a drysuit for diving, scuba divers should also be wearing clothes that are made from polypropylene, wool or fleece, as these materials provide good insulation even when wet.

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