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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:
Tasman Peninsula

Description:
A great diving area in SE Tasmania.

Dive Site:
The Friars

Description:
Can be a little hit and miss. Some spectacular diving in a remote location. Max depth 30m. Shallower spots available.

Dive Site:
The Houndstooth - Bruny Island

Description:
"The Houndstooth, Bruny Island. Drop in directly off the point separated from the island by a narrow gulch. Head straight out to find a shelf at about 25m which follows the point curving south and then back in towards the gulch. Look beyond the shelf !! Keep heading east and drop to around 35m THEN follow the curve wide and around at 30 - 35m for an incredible sponge garden and huge rock buttresses covered in stunning zooanthids. The gulch makes a beautiful stop so head into it and back around to the point. With max non-deco time at 33m we still got a 45min dive by gently paddling around at 5m back to the boat. Minimal swell is required to hang around in the gulch but the deeper water may not be too affected by surge or current in a slightly larger sea. Nitrox would be well worth it as there is so much to take in at 30m+. This is at least as good if not better than Bicheno for scenery!"

Dive Site:
The Lanterns

Description:
The Lanterns

Dive Site:
The Monument

Description:

Dive Site:
The Sisters

Description:
A series of rocks jutting out from the the coast to the North of Deep Glen bay. Large drop off on the outer side down to 45m. A large number of sea whips and sponges down at the bottom with various sized bombies. The site is often frequented by large schools of Butterfly perch. Often great visibility. The site can be exposed to currents and swell. There is also good diving (and shallower) inland a bit along either sides of the rocks.

Dive Site:
The Thumbs

Description:
Eaglehawk Penninsula, just out of the mouth of Fortescue Bay.

Dive Site:
Tinderbox dive and BBQ

Description:
Tinderbox dive and BBQ

Dive Site:
Tinderbox Marine Reserve

Description:
Tinderbox marine reserve description.

Dive Site:
Troy D

Description:
Troy D

Dive Site:
Truk Lagoon

Description:
Micronesia

Dive Site:
Vischer Island

Description:
Lots of diving variety to offer around this small island. A seal colony, 35m depth on the outside and 10m on the inside.

Dive Site:
Waterfall Bay

Description:
Waterfall Bay is considered the best boat diving in the Tasman Peninsula region. This dive site is created from huge sandstone walls that have been extensively eroded to offer huge caves, tunnels and canyons. Excellent walls to 18m, swim-throughs and bommies, which are suitable for divers of all levels of experience.

Dive Site:
Wedge Island

Description:
Out from Nubeena and White Beach this special dive spot is an area of interest for our Sea Urchin survey coordinators.

Dive Site:
West Coast/ Far North East Camping Trip

Description: