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June 2022 Tours

Fri 1 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

Double Dive (HMAS Canberra and Slack Water)

Sat 2 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

  • 8:00 am - J1 Submarine - 38M
    Portsea Pier 0800 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0815
    J1 Submarine - 38M

    This site is subject to shipping and therefor an alternative site may have be be selected if shipping is present.

    Certification required: Deep - 40M

    Available: 15


J1 Submarine - 38M
  • 10:00 am - The Labyrinth 10-70m
    Portsea Pier 1000 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1015
    The Labyrinth 10-70m

    A slack water dive not subject to shipping. 

    Just like the Goblin King, this dive site has very prominent features that stick out. There is a myriad of different ways to dive the site and it is suitable for all levers from OW upwards. Depths of up to 70m can be reached upon request, however it is the most spectacular at 25-29m  

    Lots of swim throughs and crevices.

    Sea Scrotums are known to be found at this site

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


The Labyrinth 10-70m
Scallop Drift - 5-15M
  • 2:00 pm - Castle Rock - 18M
    Portsea Pier 1400 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1415

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Castle Rock - 18M

Vessel: Red Rover

  • 7:30 am - Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
    Portsea Pier 0730 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0745

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
  • 10:00 am - North Wall Corner - 17-62M
    Portsea Pier 1000 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1015
    North Wall Corner - 17-62M

    A lovely section of the North of Lonsdale Wall. 

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 16


North Wall Corner - 17-62M
  • 12:00 pm - Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+
    Portsea Pier 1200 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1215
    Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

    This double dive offers divers the opportunity to experience two of the most intact wrecks in the area. 30m minimum certification is required and a wreck certification plus redundant air will be required if you plan to penetrate the wrecks. Please bring 2 tanks, as we do not come back between dives.

    The ex-HMAS Canberra is a magnificent wreck dive and Victoria's first artificial reef created for scuba diving. The wreck is 138m long and lies in 30m of water, off Barwon Heads. It has much to see, with the entire superstructure accessible, as well as the inside of the wreck for those trained in wreck penetration. Since 2009, when it was scuttled, the wreck has attracted a great deal of marine life and continues to be one of the most popular dives in Melbourne.

    The J4 Submarine is a beautiful wreck and reef site and is the most accessible, dive-able submarine in Australia. The sub sits on its keel in around 26m of water. The conning tower is intact and in great condition, and the bow section broke off during scuttling and exposed the torpedo tubes, which makes this section easily accessible to divers without the need to penetrate the wreck. For those certified to penetrate, there are multiple hatch openings as entry points.

    The alternate site due adverse weather conditions will be a double drift dive.

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 7


Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

Sun 3 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

J2 Submarine - 39M
Courier Wreck - 40M
Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and Coogee) 29+

Vessel: Red Rover

  • 8:00 am - Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
    Portsea Pier 0800 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0815

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 17


Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
  • 10:30 am - The Labyrinth 10-70m
    Portsea Pier 1030 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1045
    The Labyrinth 10-70m

    A slack water dive not subject to shipping. 

    Just like the Goblin King, this dive site has very prominent features that stick out. There is a myriad of different ways to dive the site and it is suitable for all levers from OW upwards. Depths of up to 70m can be reached upon request, however it is the most spectacular at 25-29m  

    Lots of swim throughs and crevices.

    Sea Scrotums are known to be found at this site

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 6


The Labyrinth 10-70m
Scallop Drift - 5-15M

Sat 9 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

  • 8:45 am - Boarfish Reef - 10M
    Portsea Pier 0845 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0900
    Boarfish Reef - 10M

    Boarfish Reef is a vibrantly coloured dive site, with varied and interesting terrain, suitable for divers with an Open Water certification and above and great for photography.

    Locals and divers new to Melbourne alike will love the richness of colour on display here, with stunningly coloured sponges and the chance to see Southern Blue Devil fish, Port Jackson Sharks, nudibranchs, yellow sea spiders and, as the name suggests, the Longsnout Boarfish. Site depth ranges from around 10m - 22m, with some great stuff to be found around the 13m - 15m range.

    Divers have the opportunity to catch Crayfish (Southern Rock Lobster) here - just remember your fishing licence and check that you are abiding by all current fishing regulations if you intend to do this. Note that plastic tags have been replaced by digital tags, so a digital tag and catch details must be reported via the GoFishVic app.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Boarfish Reef - 10M
  • 10:45 am - Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+
    Portsea Pier 1045 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1100
    Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

    This double dive offers divers the opportunity to experience two of the most intact wrecks in the area. 30m minimum certification is required and a wreck certification plus redundant air will be required if you plan to penetrate the wrecks. Please bring 2 tanks, as we do not come back between dives.

    The ex-HMAS Canberra is a magnificent wreck dive and Victoria's first artificial reef created for scuba diving. The wreck is 138m long and lies in 30m of water, off Barwon Heads. It has much to see, with the entire superstructure accessible, as well as the inside of the wreck for those trained in wreck penetration. Since 2009, when it was scuttled, the wreck has attracted a great deal of marine life and continues to be one of the most popular dives in Melbourne.

    The J4 Submarine is a beautiful wreck and reef site and is the most accessible, dive-able submarine in Australia. The sub sits on its keel in around 26m of water. The conning tower is intact and in great condition, and the bow section broke off during scuttling and exposed the torpedo tubes, which makes this section easily accessible to divers without the need to penetrate the wreck. For those certified to penetrate, there are multiple hatch openings as entry points.

    The alternate site due adverse weather conditions will be a double drift dive.

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 18


Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

Vessel: Red Rover

  • 8:45 am - Rip Bank - 17-60M
    Portsea Pier 0845 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0900
    Rip Bank - 17-60M

    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.

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Rip Bank - 17-60M
  • 10:45 am - Sorrento Backbeach 10M- 21M
    Portsea Pier 1045 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1100
    Sorrento Backbeach  10M- 21M

    Incredible ledges and overhangs. Best dived with minimal swell and a gentle northerly rolling through. A great place for crays and photos.

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Sorrento Backbeach  10M- 21M
Scallop Drift - 5-15M

Sun 10 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

  • 7:30 am - Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
    Portsea Pier 0730 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0745

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
  • 10:00 am - The Grotto 12-18M
    Portsea Pier 1000 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1015
    The Grotto 12-18M

    An incredible dive full of bommies, overhangs and swim throughs. Lots of Marine life including crays. Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


The Grotto 12-18M
  • 12:00 pm - Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+
    Portsea Pier 1200 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1215
    Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

    This double dive offers divers the opportunity to experience two of the most intact wrecks in the area. 30m minimum certification is required and a wreck certification plus redundant air will be required if you plan to penetrate the wrecks. Please bring 2 tanks, as we do not come back between dives.

    The ex-HMAS Canberra is a magnificent wreck dive and Victoria's first artificial reef created for scuba diving. The wreck is 138m long and lies in 30m of water, off Barwon Heads. It has much to see, with the entire superstructure accessible, as well as the inside of the wreck for those trained in wreck penetration. Since 2009, when it was scuttled, the wreck has attracted a great deal of marine life and continues to be one of the most popular dives in Melbourne.

    The J4 Submarine is a beautiful wreck and reef site and is the most accessible, dive-able submarine in Australia. The sub sits on its keel in around 26m of water. The conning tower is intact and in great condition, and the bow section broke off during scuttling and exposed the torpedo tubes, which makes this section easily accessible to divers without the need to penetrate the wreck. For those certified to penetrate, there are multiple hatch openings as entry points.

    The alternate site due adverse weather conditions will be a double drift dive.

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 18


Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

Vessel: Red Rover

  • 7:45 am - Coogee Wreck - 28-33M
    Portsea Pier 0745 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0800
    Coogee Wreck - 28-33M

    Lying on its side in 28-33 Metres. The wreck is 67M in length and provides advanced divers with an abundance of marine life and colour. The boilers and bow are still in tact. Great site for photos!!

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 18


Coogee Wreck - 28-33M
  • 10:00 am - Rip Bank - 17-60M
    Portsea Pier 1000 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1015
    Rip Bank - 17-60M

    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.

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Rip Bank - 17-60M
  • 12:00 pm - Lonsdale Arches 12-18M
    Portsea Pier 1200 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1215

    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.

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Lonsdale Arches 12-18M
Scallop Drift - 5-15M

Sat 16 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

North Wall Corner - 17-62M
  • 11:30 am - 36M Sub J5 Intact
    Portsea Pier 1130 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1145
    36M Sub J5 Intact

    The J5 is lying in 36M of water and is fully in tact and provides a penetration dive for Deep divers. As you can see it is covered in yellow Zoanthids which is why it is sometimes known as the yellow submarine.

    Certification required: Deep - 40M

    Available: 18


36M Sub J5 Intact
Scallop Drift - 5-15M

Vessel: Red Rover

  • 7:00 am - Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
    Portsea Pier 0700 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0715

    Divers have the opportunity to catch crayfish at this site. REMEMBER your fishing licence and cray tags and abide by all current fishing regulations if you intend to catch crays.

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 18


Portsea Backbeach 15-20M
  • 9:30 am - The Labyrinth 10-70m
    International ladies Dive day! Portsea pub afterward...

    Portsea Pier 0930 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 0945
    The Labyrinth 10-70m

    A slack water dive not subject to shipping. 

    Just like the Goblin King, this dive site has very prominent features that stick out. There is a myriad of different ways to dive the site and it is suitable for all levers from OW upwards. Depths of up to 70m can be reached upon request, however it is the most spectacular at 25-29m  

    Lots of swim throughs and crevices.

    Sea Scrotums are known to be found at this site

    Certification required: OW - 18M

    Available: 16


The Labyrinth 10-70m
  • 11:30 am - Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+
    Portsea Pier 1130 Queenscliff South Pier - (not Bridge Street) 1145
    Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

    This double dive offers divers the opportunity to experience two of the most intact wrecks in the area. 30m minimum certification is required and a wreck certification plus redundant air will be required if you plan to penetrate the wrecks. Please bring 2 tanks, as we do not come back between dives.

    The ex-HMAS Canberra is a magnificent wreck dive and Victoria's first artificial reef created for scuba diving. The wreck is 138m long and lies in 30m of water, off Barwon Heads. It has much to see, with the entire superstructure accessible, as well as the inside of the wreck for those trained in wreck penetration. Since 2009, when it was scuttled, the wreck has attracted a great deal of marine life and continues to be one of the most popular dives in Melbourne.

    The J4 Submarine is a beautiful wreck and reef site and is the most accessible, dive-able submarine in Australia. The sub sits on its keel in around 26m of water. The conning tower is intact and in great condition, and the bow section broke off during scuttling and exposed the torpedo tubes, which makes this section easily accessible to divers without the need to penetrate the wreck. For those certified to penetrate, there are multiple hatch openings as entry points.

    The alternate site due adverse weather conditions will be a double drift dive.

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 18


Double Wreck Dive (Canberra and J4 Submarine) 22m+

Sun 17 Jul

Vessel: Red Devil

  • 10:30 am - Exploratory Wall Dive
    Portsea Pier 1030
    Exploratory Wall Dive

    Certification required: ADV - 30M

    Available: 18


Exploratory Wall Dive

Vessel: Red Rover

The Labyrinth 10-70m

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