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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.

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McGees Bridge

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Located on the Sorell causeway just before Midway point. The bridge has a number of pylons. Highly dependant on tide.

Dive Site:
Mercury Passage

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Near Maria

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Mistaken Cape

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

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Mitre 10 Cambridge Park

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Sausage Sizzle

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Mt Gambier

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An area in South Australia with many water filled caves. The major cave diving location in Australia.

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.

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Mystery Dive

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Ninepin Point

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Ninepin Point is located just to the east of Verona Sands, south of Hobart. It has an unusual aquatic environment. Cold, nutrient-rich sea water from the southern ocean is overlaid with tannin-rich freshwater flowing from the Huon River. Tannins are leached from the decaying organic matter in the Huon River catchment. The resulting tea-coloured water reduces the light levels on the reef. This allows the growth of a fascinating array of invertebrates, fish and red seaweeds, normally found only in much deeper water on Tasmania's east coast. Over 100 species of seaweed have been recorded in the Reserve.

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Northeast Camping Trip

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Nutgrove Beach

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Ocean Film Festival

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Heart-stopping shots of surfers riding wild waves and adrenalin-inducing scenes of divers swimming with white sharks will leave you on the edge of your seat.

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Orford

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OZTEK

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Philipines Dive Holiday

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Philippine Holiday

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