Spearfishing & Freediving Gear
Located in Hallam in Victoria’s south-eastern suburbs, Dive Gear Australia offers a massive range of spearfishing gear and freediving gear. Our trained professionals have a wealth of knowledge to help you find the right products, as they use and train with all our spearfishing gear for sale.
A Leading Choice for Spearfishing Gear Sales & Servicing
We stock spear fishing gear such as spearguns, railguns, camouflaged wetsuits, freediving fins, floats, knives, catch bags and loads of accessories, all from leading suppliers such as Seac Sub, Salvimar, Rob Allen, Cressi, JBL, Ocean Hunter, Omer, Shark Shield, ESDS Shark deterrent and much more. All your spearfishing gear and freediving gear can be supplied in-store or online at Dive Gear Australia. We can also assist with servicing of spear guns to keep them working reliably.
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Want the best spearfishing gear Australia wide? Buy spearfishing gear online from Dive Gear Australia today or call us on (03) 9702 3694 or contact us online for more information on our spear fishing gear.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some useful spearfishing accessories?
- Dive computers
- Weight belts
- Wetsuit lubes
- Waterproof hangers
- UV protection hoods
What should I consider when choosing spearfishing equipment?
- Skill level – Anyone that’s new to spearfishing should buy spearfishing gear for beginners that suits their skill level to ensure their safety. More experienced spearfishers can buy spearfishing gear that’s more advanced.
- Get the best spearfishing wetsuit for you – Wetsuits keep speardivers warm and protect their skin against scrapes and cuts. Choose a wetsuit that fits comfortably and is made from thick materials suitable for diving in all water temperatures and conditions.
- Quality – It’s imperative that speardivers get the best spearfishing gear available, ensuring safety and maximum performance.
Why are boots an important part of my spearfishing kit?
Spearfishing boots have a soft layer of Neoprene material that provides protection for your feet, helping to prevent blisters when the feet come into contact with rubber fins. They also give feet protection against rocks, stingers and sharp objects in the boat.
Why do I need long fins for freediving/spearfishing?
Freediving/spearfishing fins are longer than standard snorkelling fins because they’re made to allow divers to swim down to greater depths and back up to the surface again while using as little energy and oxygen as possible. Longer fins make diving much safer and easier when freediving.
Why do I need a float while spearfishing?
Floats alert anyone on the surface that there are spearfishing divers in the water. They can also help divers to retrieve a speargun they may have dropped by pulling the float line up. This is helpful for when a speargun gets caught in coral or a big fish has been shot.
What gear do you need to start freediving?
- Weight belts and vests
Should I use a snorkel when freediving?
Yes, you should. Snorkels are one of the most essential types of freediving gear. They allow freedivers to breathe steadily and comfortably at the surface of water whenever water conditions are rough, while also helping them to conserve energy.