Dive in Australia

    The Fish Rock Cave

    Fish Rock - The Cave South West Rocks, Australia

    This is known to be one of the top 10 dive sites of Australia. This dive starts at 24m deep on the Southeastern side where there is a cave entrance. The cave enter the rock and runs for about 15 metres then rises vertically into a chimney where torches are needed. Often Wobbegongs and Crayfish are…
    Nurse Shark in the cave

    Fish Rock - The Cave South West Rocks, Australia

    This is known to be one of the top 10 dive sites of Australia. This dive starts at 24m deep on the Southeastern side where there is a cave entrance. The cave enter the rock and runs for about 15 metres then rises vertically into a chimney where torches are needed. Often Wobbegongs and Crayfish are…
    School of grey nurse sharks

    Fish Rock - The Cave South West Rocks, Australia

    This is known to be one of the top 10 dive sites of Australia. This dive starts at 24m deep on the Southeastern side where there is a cave entrance. The cave enter the rock and runs for about 15 metres then rises vertically into a chimney where torches are needed. Often Wobbegongs and Crayfish are…
    wobbegong shark

    Fish Rock - The Cave South West Rocks, Australia

    This is known to be one of the top 10 dive sites of Australia. This dive starts at 24m deep on the Southeastern side where there is a cave entrance. The cave enter the rock and runs for about 15 metres then rises vertically into a chimney where torches are needed. Often Wobbegongs and Crayfish are…
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    HMAS Brisbane Sunshine Coast, Australia

    "The second HMAS Brisbane (D-41) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer laid down by the Defoe Shipbuilding Company at Bay City, Michigan, USA, on 15 February 1965, launched on 5 May 1966, and commissioned on 16 December 1967. She was christened by the wife of the Lord Mayor of Brisbane, who…
    Grey Nurse Shark

    Julian Rocks - Hugos Trench Byron Bay, Australia

    According to a story from the Bundjalung people, a jealous husband threw his spear at the canoe of his wife and her lover. The canoe broke in two and sank to the bottom of the ocean. Only the back and the front of the boat stuck out of the water.The depth range for this dive is from 12 metres to 18…
    Turtle

    Saxon reef - Twin Peaks Cairns, Australia

    Nice sandy lagoon with boomies. Great marine life. Small caves, turtles, reef sharks.
    Giant Manta

    North Bommie Heron and Wilson Islands, Australia

    Named after the large bommie her, North bommie is swarming with glass and cardinal fish trying to escape the many coral trout, coral cod and barramundi cod. It is a major cleaning station and you can see giant manta rays and turtles getting cleaned. there are two scorpion fish that live here,…

    The Wall and The Apartments Sydney, Australia

    The Wall and The Apartments is without doubt one of the better reef dives to be found around Sydney and if you are looking for fish life. This dive site is located off the Northern Beaches suburb of Long Reef. The Apartments consist of a large drop off with a large bommies to the seaward side. The…

    MV Petrel Rockingham, Australia

    SS Yongala Townsville, Australia

    SS Yongala was a steel passenger and freight steamer, owned by the Adelaide Steamship Company. SS Yongala and her sistership, Grantala, were built in Newcastle upon Tyne, England between 1903 - 1904 Yongala was named after the town Yongala, in South Australia.En route from Melbourne to Cairns on the…

    n10 Channel Marker Melbourne, Australia

    Seals frequent the #10 marker makes an interesting dive

    5 Mile Reef Exmouth and Ningaloo, Australia

    Although most famed as a whale sharks feeding ground during March to June, the reef is also rich in coral and other marine life. During the winter months the reef is part of the migratory routes for dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales.Also, the beaches of the reef are an important…

    Abington Reef Townsville, Australia

    wall & cave diving

    Agincourt Reef Port Douglas, Australia

    Agincourt Reef is a series of many smaller reefs. It has at least 16 different dive sites including; Point Break, Three Sisters, Horseshoe Reef and the Fish Bowl. Range of dives incl. wall, drift, etc.Pieces of a Taiwanese wreck are featured at The Wreck; Giant clams and Maori wrasse appear at all…
    A parrotfish shot

    Agincourt Reef - Nursery… Port Douglas, Australia

    Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you…

    Alkimos Wreck Perth, Australia

    Anchor Bommies Lady Elliot Island, Australia

    Manta Rays!

    Anzac Reef Townsville, Australia

    Several reefs with coral gardens, wallas, sharks, turtles...

    Apex club Perth, Australia

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    Balmoral Baths Sydney, Australia

    Lots of macro life living on the nets, although very few sea horses left(if any - possibly poached for the aquarium industry? Some schools of bream frequent this area. Watch out for children jumping off the wharf on summer weekends.
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    Bare Island Sydney, Australia

    Perfect dive site for for either day or night diving, in almost all weather!

    Barracuda Pass Cairns, Australia

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    Bass & Flinders Sydney, Australia

    You can start diving here and drift (at high tide) to Oak Park.

    Bell park Rockingham, Australia

    Dive trails joined bylocaldive clubby ropes. several boat hulls and 2 aircraft that can be dived into 30ft long . lots of fish snapper (juvenile) sambos, and seahorses on theropes, popular with dive courses , lots to exploreand alsovery goodatnight.sometimescan be very silty depending on tide flow ,…

    Beware Reef Phillip Island, Australia

    Bicton Baths Perth, Australia

    Big Seal Rock - The Cavern Seal Rocks, Australia

    This is a unique dive site to meet and photograph Grey Nurse Sharks (at least 60 grey nurses)!The site is very controlled; no more than 6 divers at a time in the gutter, close together to not disturb the sharks.

    Big Seal Rock - The Wall Seal Rocks, Australia

    Great wall dive. Soft corals on the wall and nice coral garden.

    Black Rock - Northern side South West Rocks, Australia

    The starkness of these two rocks above the surface gives no indication of the beautiful coral garden below. The two rocks are situated off Smoky Cape beach which sweeps southwards from Smoky Cape Lighthouse towards Hat Head in the south. Though there are two rocks, the surge in the gutter between…

    Blairgowrie Pier Melbourne, Australia

    Lot of sponges on the pylons.

    Bligh Reef Far Northern, Australia

    Great wall with small caves, nice coral gardens

    Blow Hole Lady Elliot Island, Australia

    A great cavern with two entrances: - One on the top of the reef at 15m, just a short distance from the mooring - The main entrance is on the reef wall at around 20 m

    Blue Pearl Bay Hayman Island, Australia

    Blue Pearl Bay is one of the more frequently used dive locations in the Whitsundays. Located on the North West corner of Hayman Island, its protected from the frequent South East Winds. Located at the North of the island group means that it receives cleaner water "first" on the incoming tides, for…

    Blue Pools Heron and Wilson Islands, Australia

    The Blue pools are part of what is like a natural swimming pool, which gives and easy and relaxing dive.Great fish life, with angelfish being very common - the opportunitis for photography are excellent; also batfish, lionfish, gropers and coral trout.Wind and waves formed channels and gutters where…

    Boarfish Reef Melbourne, Australia

    Set of caves, drop offs and overhangs.

    Boarfish Reef Bottle Drift Melbourne, Australia

    Great for finding old bottles

    Boat Rock Southern Queensland, Australia

    Cruise along a huge wall, before you arrive at the end. Wait there for a bit to watch the Eagle Rays come in and just hover out off the wall a bit in the open. Awesome dive, but careful against the current back to the mooring line

    Bowen Island Jervis Bay, Australia

    Bowl Reef Townsville, Australia

    Eagle Rays and reef sharks.