Grand Traverse Bay is a 32 mi/ 51km long and a 10 mi/ 16 km wide bay, divided in two parts by the old Mission Peninsula. The Grand Traverse Bay Underwater Preserve, founded in 2005, holds the wrecks of many ships lost in the area the previous years.
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Scuba Diving in Trigg Beach, Perth, Western Australia Australia
Trigg Beach is a beautiful and safe beach, located approximately at 14 km/8.7 mi away from Perth. The location is protected by the a limestone reef, providing with great conditions for scuba diving and snorkeling. Divers are able to see an abundant reef life, with beautiful shells, like shiny abalone and many reef species, crayfish, rays, old wives, schools of bream and red lipped morwong to name just a few.
The average depth here is at 4 m/13.1 ft and the maximum is at 9 m/29.5 ft. In addition, visibility is medium and varies from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft. The dive site is appropriate for divers of all levels. Moreover, Trigg beach is usually crowded with surfers, snorkelers and other divers. Last but not least, the spot provides with a number of facilities, including a car park and a ramp for disabled access.