The Turks and Caicos Islands lie in the Lucayan Archipelago and are a British Overseas Territory consisting of eight islands: West Caicos, Providenciales, East Caicos, South Caicos, North and Middle Caicos, Grand Turk and Saly Cay. Only East and West Caicos are uninhabited. Apart from a superb tourist destination, they are also well-known as an offshore financial center. The climate of the islands is classified as marine tropical, providing relatively consistent temperatures throughout the year.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Scuba Diving in The Wall, Long Reef, New South Wales Australia
It is a boat dive and the common entry is by Fishman’s beach. The depth ranges from 8 m/26 ft to 15 m/49 ft and visibility is pretty good, around 10 m/32 ft or more. Diving is open all year long. Water temperature is up to 21°C/69.8°F degrees in summer and early autumn months and between 14-18°C/57.2-64.4°F in winter.
Divers will have the opportunity to witness an amazing marine life. This spot boasts a wide range of sea life such as blue groper, wobbegong, black cod and Port Jackson sharks. Finally, divers are able to explore the Cathedral Cave which is the biggest of the swim-throughs in Sydney. This beautiful dive site offers a unique experience to divers.
Apart from diving, there is a variety of activities, attractions, restaurants and bars available along Sydney’s northern peninsula.