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The Pinnaclescuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 9 divers

The Pinnacle

Forster, Australia

Famous for large grey nurse sharks, turtles, large crayfish, schools of kingfish and yellowfin tuna. This is truly one of the great sites for advanced divers in NSW. The dive site is accessed by boat and there is a permanent mooring buoy here. Drop down the line and you are likely to be faced with a few of the gentle giants of the area - grey nurs...
The Moholescuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 7 divers

The Mohole

Byron Bay, Australia

The MoHole is small cave south of the Needles in the Julian Rocks marine park. With over 1000 recorded species of temperate, pelagic and tropic fish here, this is reknown as one of the most exiting dive spots in Australia if not the world. Manat rays, leopard sharks, 3 varieties of turtles and scuba diving with dolphins and whales is just the start...
Magic pointscuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 6 divers

Magic point

Sydney, Australia

Home to a colony of Grey Nurse Sharks all year round. The site consists two caves that sit opposite each other at about 20m depth. There is a sandy area in between that scuba divers can easily kneel on and observe all the action in front of the larger of the two caves. By swimming south east along the wall divers often report a diverse array of m...
Inner Latitudescuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 6 divers

Inner Latitude

Forster, Australia

This is Forster's most popular dive site. It’s relatively sheltered and there is a high chance of seeing grey nurse sharks, moray eels, loggerhead turutles, blue groper, eagle rays as well as the more lionfish, port jackson sharks and numerous other fish. Local dive centres love this site for getting recently qualified divers the they...
Safty Covescuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 5 divers

Safty Cove

Port Stephens, Australia

There are numerous scuba site around Bondelbah Island and Safety Cove is the best. Amazing underwater topography including large caves and narrow swim throughs make this an inspirational site. There are often large schools of pelagic fish schooling close by - snapper most commonly. By diving down along the rock wall many blue groper, trevali and ...
Fingal Islandscuba diving site
Avg rating 4 by 5 divers

Fingal Island

Port Stephens, Australia

If you like to scuba dive in a sponge gardens or you want to see handfulls of port jackson sharks then this is for you. The dive is quite simple and generally there are two parts. The sponge gardens where there are some beautiful and intact sponges and soft corals. Here you can also search for nudi branchs and several uncommon species have been s...
Cod Hole scuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 9 divers

Cod Hole

Byron Bay, Australia

This dive site is known for inhabiting the unknown. But generally you can find leopard sharks, loggerhead turtles, hawksbill turtles, grey nurse sharks and manta rays when the water is warm enough. The visibility here can be variable but when its good this is probably the top dive site in NSW. At the bottom of the nursery mooring (12m) head west t...
Shelly Beachscuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 9 divers

Shelly Beach

Sydney, Australia

Shelly beach is one of the most popular shore dives on the Sydney's northern beaches because of its sheltered location that makes diving suitable for all levels. On a good day you will see plenty of wobbegong sharks, sting rays as well as schools of Eastern Pomfred, Mados, Goatfish in the sandy areas, Flatheads and often Ludericks, Bannerfins and O...
Shiprock scuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 7 divers


Sydney, Australia

Shiprock is an Aquatic reserve and thus is home to an abundance of aquatic flora and flora, and has a reputation as one of the best night dives in NSW. Angler fish, harlequin ghost pipefish, large moray eels and flatheads are commonly seen along the wall and over 100 species of fish have been sited in the diverse ecosystem. The dive site is not kn...
Hugos Trenchscuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 5 divers

Hugos Trench

Byron Bay, Australia

This dive site actually consists of two parallel trenches: Hugo’s Trench and False Trench. They are sheltered from the strong Northerlies we often get between September and Christmas. The trenches are full of interesting rock formations and narrow gaps in huge rock walls for divers to swim through. The depth in the trenches ranges from 8 to...
Balmoral Bathsscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 5 divers

Balmoral Baths

Sydney, Australia

The dive site here centres around the man made bathing area that is protected from dangerous marine life and weed by nets. The site start as 5m from the beach and generally divers make their way around the enclosure and back agsain in 50 minutes. Starting at the southern corner and swimming anti-clockwise out and clockwise back is recommended. The...
Drum and Drum + Warrens Gutterscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 4 divers

Drum and Drum + Warrens Gutter

Jervis Bay, Australia

The drum drum dive sites consist of several walls and a few caves. This is a very safe dive and there is almost always a vast diversity of marine life. Nudibranchs, and small fish are in abundance. Warren's gutter is a grey nurse lookout spot and for long periods of the year these large and peaceful creatures glide up and down these gutters. They ...
HMAS Adelaidescuba diving site
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HMAS Adelaide

Central Coast , Australia

The ex Australian Navy frigate HMAS Adelaide was stripped and sunk as a dive wreck in April 2011. In the 1st year, the growth of marine life has been fantastic.She has become in this short time a true artificial reef. It is a marine reserve and fishing is prohibited within 150m. The fish life is prolific The top deck was originally at 18m bu...
The Needlesscuba diving site
Not Rated

The Needles

Byron Bay, Australia

Located on the south-west tip of Julian Rocks, the Needles are large bombies that rise up close to the surface. It's possible to see them just under that water from the boat. There are some currents and with this there are Current here often brings schools of large and small fish. During some months there are huge rays and very often leopard s...

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