Built in 1873, Edithburgh Jetty is 170 m/557 ft long and 12 m/39 ft wide, and it is considered to be the most popular dive in the Yorke Peninsula, at 250 km/155 mi in the west of Adelaide in South Australia, providing unlimited snorkeling and underwater photography.
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Snorkeling in The Steps, Kurnell, New South Wales Australia
The Steps is considered to be a great shore dive spot and it is very popular among divers, snorkelers and fishermen. The marine life is abundant with lots of weedy sea dragons, giant cuttlefish, octopus, moray eel, blue groper, eagle rays, Port Jackson shark, nudibranch, yellowtail and cat fish to name just a few. The average depth here is at 9 m/29.5 ft and the maximum depth is at 14 m/45.9 ft.
Visibility is generally considered to be good and the best time to snorkel is on an incoming tide. 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. It is a crowded spot, especially during weekends.
Last but not least, The Steps is located in the Kurnell National Park. You are required to pay an entry fee to the park.
Note: be careful of other snorkelers, divers and fishing lines.
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