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Dive Sites

Listed below are the dive sites we've dived, discovered, heard about, or are interested in diving. As club diving increases, so does the information we have on each dive site. Keep coming back and looking through this valuable resource of information as it continues to grow.

Click on the dive site image to view the full information page of each site. Once there, you'll also be able to see the last dive reviews for that particular site, photos of the site, and who has dived it previously.

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:
Derwent River

Description:

Dive Site:
Diving in Depth presentation

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Dive Site:
Dunalley Canal

Description:
Dunalley Canal

Dive Site:
Eaglehawk Neck

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

Dive Site:
Fallen Cliffs

Description:
Eagle hawk neck

Dive Site:
Fortescue Bay

Description:
Dive through the Giant Kelp forests just out from the shore. Amazing diving in temperate waters with Sea Dragons, Draghtboard sharks, and the occasional seal.

Dive Site:
Frederick Henry Bay

Description:
South Arm, Opposite Betsy Island -43.027906,147.484426

Dive Site:
Hellfire Bluff

Description:
An impressive cliff on the mainland opposite the bottom of maria Island.

Dive Site:
Hippolytes

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

Dive Site:
Hobart Docks - Constitution

Description:
Located on Hobart's lively waterfront.

Dive Site:
Hobart Docks - Elizabeth St Pier

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Dive Site:
Hobart Docks - Macquarie Wharf

Description:
The site where the Seas Shepherd Conservation Society moore their boats

Dive Site:
Hobart Docks - Princes Wharf

Description:
Home to our flagship Aurora Australis antarctic ship, the wharf is a stunning twilight dive, swimming through the pylons, with the light seeping through into the dark abyss.

Dive Site:
Hobart Pontoon Bridge Pylon, 1943

Description:
Hobart Pontoon Bridge Pylon, 1943