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Photo Gallery

We'd like to welcome you to our brand new club photo gallery pages. Not only can you rate all of our dive review images, but you can now login and create your own personal photo albums.

You can create as many albums as you like, enter details about each of your photos, and choose whether to display your albums to the public or just to other TSDC club members. So login, and start uploading amazing snaps of our underwater world.

Member Photo Albums

A collection of all photo albums uploaded by TSDC members for public viewing. If you are a club member, login to see a complete selection of private club albums as well.

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Album Name:
Nullarbor 2014

Description:
A group of Cave Divers Association of Australia (CDAA) divers visited three caves for training and fun diving in April. All require permits and appropriate level cave diving qualifications to visit and dive. Weebubbie Cave has a 200m long lake&#

Uploaded By:
Janine McKinnon

Album Name:
Tasmania generally

Description:
A selection of photos taken at dive sites around Tassie.

Uploaded By:
Janine McKinnon

Album Name:
Cuttlefish Mating

Description:
A selection from the amazing spectacle of the Australian Giant Cuttlefish annual breeding event that happens over Winter in the Spencers Gulf, near Whyalla, each year. These photos were taken in the 2007 & 2009 seasons. The numbers returning in t

Uploaded By:
Janine McKinnon

Album Name:
Mt Gambier, South Australia

Description:
Cave diving at Australia's major cave diving region. There are many sites to dive in the area. These photos are from several of the sites.

Uploaded By:
Janine McKinnon

Album Name:
Nullarbor

Description:
The Nullarbor plains is the other major cave diving site in Australia. Its remoteness makes it a major undertaking to dive there. There are several sites, with long systems. The water is crystal clear, and many of the passages huge, but access

Uploaded By:
Janine McKinnon

Album Name:
Andrew Burt

Description:
A collection of fun photos from a time where I had a camera underwater

Uploaded By:
Andrew Burt

Album Name:
Diving Mozambique

Description:
Throughout 2009-2010 we traveled through Africa, diving in Zanzibar, Lake Malawi (fresh water), South Africa and Mozambique. Here are a couple of quick snaps to get your tropical juices flowing!

Uploaded By:
Ben Cashman

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Photo Albums By Dive Site

A collection of all images uploaded through dive reviews, categorised into your favourite dive sites.

Dive Site:
Tinderbox Marine Reserve

Description:
Tinderbox marine reserve description.

Dive Site:
Bicheno

Description:
Around Governors Island is some of Tasmania's most amazing dive sites. With over 15 sites to dive only 5 minutes off shore, Bicheno caters for all dive levels from beginner through to instructor.

Dive Site:
Isle de Phoque

Description:
Located between Maria Island and Schouten Island, Isle de Phoques is an exposed island riddled with cave sytems and hosts a number of playful seals. An excellent dive if weatehr allows. Suitable for all divers.

Dive Site:
Kingston Beach

Description:
Shore dive entry from boat ramp.

Dive Site:
Troy D

Description:
Troy D

Dive Site:
Maria Island

Description:
Maria Island

Dive Site:
Cathedral Caves

Description:
Cathedral Caves

Dive Site:
MV Lake Illawarra

Description:
On the 5th of January 1975 at 9.27 pm the MV Lake Illawarra, under the captaincy of Boleslaw Pelc, crashed into the 18th and 19th pylons of the Tasman Bridge bringing down a 127 m span of the bridge and sinking the ore carrier. Today the Illawarra rests on the silt under the bridge in 35 m of water. Light here penetrates down to around 26 m (but a torch is still essential!) which is conveniently level with the ship deck at the bottom of the bridge. The bridge itself spans up to 15 m with numeroues port holes to look into on the way up. The smoke stacks on top raise up to around 10 m. Moving from stern to bow, and with some close examination, the ships radar domes and hoists can be found. The ship itself is home to a surprising amount of marine life including yellow jewel anenomes, crayfish and cowfish.

Dive Site:
Combined Clubs Weekend - Bicheno

Description:
Combined Clubs Weekend - Bicheno

Dive Site:
Hippolytes

Description:
Incredible structure, sponges and abundant fish life make this one of the most stunning sites in the world

Dive Site:
Deep Glen Bay

Description:
A stunning 35m site with myriad sponges and a very impressive wall leading back into a convoluted bay.

Dive Site:
Eaglehawk Neck

Description:
Provides access to a wide variety of beautiful sites from open water to technical.

Dive Site:
Tinderbox dive and BBQ

Description:
Tinderbox dive and BBQ

Dive Site:
SS Nord

Description:
If you are into wrecks then this is a great dive. The SS Nord is an 81 metre long, 12.75 metre wide, 1,840 ton freighter. It sank in the afternoon of 7 November 1915 after hitting 'The Needle' just near 'The Hippolytes'. The wreck is for experienced divers comfortable with bluewater ascents with maximum depths around 41m. We recommend the use of redundant air systems for safety. There is plenty of structure to investigate and the wreck hosts many schools of fish.

Dive Site:
Mistaken Cape

Description:
The Easternmost point of Maria Island. Big and bold - an awesome dive.

Dive Site:
Cape Pillar

Description:

Dive Site:
Lagoon Bay

Description:
Kelp forst in a nice shetered bay on the top of the peninsula

Dive Site:
Truk Lagoon

Description:
Micronesia

Dive Site:
Dart Bank

Description:

Dive Site:
Low Head

Description:
Tamar River

Dive Site:
Betsey Wrecks

Description:
Scuttled boats, barges and bridge sections over the last 50 or so years make this a fun rust graveyard.

Dive Site:
Cape Sonnerat

Description:
Cape Sonnerat is the easternmost point of Schouten Island and the cliffs plunge down to well into the 40+ meter range. The location and the dive are spectacular with a huge shear wall heading to the deep sand below.

Dive Site:
Northeast Camping Trip

Description:

Dive Site:
Sister Beach/ Rocky Cape

Description:
The best of the far NW