One of Sydney's most popular dive sites is Camp Cove beach. Located at the southern shore of Sydney's Harbor, Camp Cove is a small sheltered beach of only 250 m/820 ft long. Apart from breathtaking views of the Sydney's CBD and the Pacific Ocean, Camp Cove beach offers a variety of water sports.
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Scuba Diving in Bare Island, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
It is considered to be one of the Sydney’s best shore dives and it is very popular among photographers and marine enthusiasts. The average depth here is at 10 m/32.8 ft and the maximum depth is at 15 m/49.2 ft. The spot is appropriate for all level of divers.
Visibility is good and varies from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft long. Water temperature is up to 21°C/69.8°F in summer and early autumn months and between 14-18°C/57.2-64.4°F in winter. The site can be dived in almost all weather.
The marine life is abundant with lots of weedy sea dragons, grey nurse sharks, old wives, groupers, morwong, leatherjackets, goatfish, octopus and moray eels to name just a few. Bare Island is a place where divers can see the rarer fish, such as pineapple fish and red Indian fish.
Last but not least, it is a crowded site, especially during summer months. Apart from diving, there is a variety of activities, attractions, restaurants and bars available along Sydney’s southern peninsula. Note: it is also an excellent night dive spot.
How to Get to Destination
For train information go to Sydney Trains.
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December – AUSTRALIA
River Rafting Tour Class III / IV / V & outdoor experiences on Tully River.
Not an expedition. 21 Days – air travel not included.