We will visit some amazing terrain - this is scheduled due to the desirable backbeach forecast!!
Certification required: OW - 18M
This wreck sits in 39M and has two large boilers in the centre which make for a nice swim through. It is quite a large and has a good abundance of fish life on it
Certification required: Deep - 40M
A Nice site tucked in between Boarfish Reef and the Grotto. 12M - 22M a nice reef dive with the chance of a cray if in season.
A double dive of 2 very significant shipwrecks. The Canberra and the Coogee.
Certification required: ADV - 30M
Situated just outside the heads on the south east. Best dived on slack water at the end of the flood tide. Walls and undercuts with crayfish in abundance.
This is a great opportunity to catch yourself a feed! Don't forget your fishing licence.
The EX-HMAS Canberra is the latest wreck dives in the region and offers advanced divers a exciting opportunity to see an artificial reef developing into a world class dive location.
Visit Australias smallest Marine Park, and then onto swim with the seals!!
Certification required: None/Snorkeller
A great section of Lonsdale Wall. A slack water dive not subject to shipping.
Make sure to bring 2 tanks!
Dive the Ships Graveyard! Tech training required.
Certification required: Tech
Boarfish reef boasts colours from the Rainbow. It is around 13M and suits all divers.
Dive the J4, or dive sub reef, or dive both! This is a single dive wiith 2 shots dropped about 200M apart. You have the ability to dive one, or the other or swim from one to the other. This is a single dive.
Ranging from 15 to 33M, Portsea Hole is a short boat ride and provides Open Water and Advanced divers with a taste of the the bright colours of Port Phillip Bay.
A site with fabulous terrain and amazing marine life including Port Jackson sharks. A huge cray or three has been known to hang out here. Site ranges from 12 - 18 meters.
Built in the late 1880s Popes eye is home for many sea animals from Birds and fish to cuttle fish and seals. The centre of the eye is shallow and clear and a great place to start you with your Port Phillip bay explorations. 10M metres deep.
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