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Guided Shore Dives (Double Dive) - Sydney - Alexandria

  • Gear hire brough to the dive site
  • 2 Guided Shore Dives
  • 6 Divers Per Guide
  • Aproximately 5 Hour

About our Guided Shore Dives

Explore the underwater marvels of Sydney with our Scuba diving adventures at PRO DIVE Alexandria. Our popular dive spots include the vibrant Nth Bondi, the serene Gordons Bay, the iconic Bare Island, the intriguing Shark Point, South Maroubra, and numerous other sites nestled in the Eastern Suburbs. Our Scuba diving schedule is carefully curated, though we always remain mindful of weather conditions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Diving in Sydney offers a unique temperate water environment, enriched by the warm tropical currents from the North. This creates a haven for an astonishing array of marine life. Divers can marvel at the world's largest cuttlefish, measuring up to 1.5 meters, alongside elegant seahorses, majestic Blue Gropers, elusive Wobbegong sharks, and an abundance of other marine species. With dive depths typically maxing out at 16 meters, all of our shore dives are perfectly suited for open water divers, offering a safe and exhilarating experience for both beginners and seasoned enthusiasts. Dive into the beauty of Sydney's underwater world with us at PRO DIVE Alexandria

 

Inclusions


  • In Water  Dive Guide  
  • Dive Briefing


  • Gear Hire of not selected.
 

Itinerary


 

  • 8am at the Dive Site
  • Double Shore Dive takes approx 5 hourse

 

Requirements


Meeting Point

Dive site of the day

Live dive site schedule

Although we aim to stick to the scheduled dive site, sometimes conditions force us to change, we will let you know the day before your dive or by 7am on the morning of your dive. For Customers with international phone number, please Meeting points are below, click the link followed by "directions"

Meeting point Bare Island*

Meeting point Gordons Bay*

Meeting point Camp Cove*

*WARNING - parking is difficult in Sydney and especially at some of our dive sites, we encourage you to arrive well before your scheduled start time. If you miss the dives due to traffic and/or parking issues, you will forfeit your dives as per our terms and conditions.


Reviews

Our aim is always to offer our divers a safe and enjoyable experience. Below are reviews from customers who left use feedback on their experience.
5
Fantastic experience. Finally got to see a wobbegong! by Thomas Chung - 29-Apr-2024
5
Caleb is a great, competent snd fun dive guide! by Mark Young - 13-Apr-2024
5
Our dive guide Hugo was great. Really enjoyed Bare Island. by Meike Knieling - 01-Apr-2024
5
We had an amazing time yesterday. Vasco was a great guide! We saw many different species of fish, rays. I have always done my diving with Pro-Dive and definitely recommend. They are super professional and knowledgeable. Thanks guys! by Jimena Rodriguez - 31-Mar-2024
5
Great dive master and felt very well guided with the assistance of two additional trainees. So 3 guides for a group of 6. It was an easy pleasant dive and we were lucky to find a weedy sea dragon which was amazing by Rocco Andreoni - 29-Mar-2024
5
Vasco and the crews were amazing! They put the safety first and help check everyone gears. Briefing was clear and diving was good. Been an amazing drive! by Tanut Ruchipiyarak - 29-Mar-2024
5
Did a dive out at Bare Island. The boys were amazing and patient.. super helpful throughout the whole dive and had so much fun. Will be back again! by Leanne Bruce - 29-Mar-2024
5
Nav was a great guide. His enthusiasm for marine life was very engaging. Had a super fun morning diving by Claire Styles - 24-Mar-2024
5
David was an excellent diver and proved how skilful he was throughout the day. He made the day flow smoothly despite some hiccups that were out of his control. I would highly recommend ProDive to anyone because of him by Sarah Davey - 03-Mar-2024
5
Lots of good advice, thank you by Tom Dunn - 19-Feb-2024

Dive Sites

Dive Rating Key
Open Water: Ideal for beginner divers and is a easy dive.
Adva: For the more experienced diver with a greater level of skill in the water.
Black: Experienced divers only. Black dive sites may experience challenging conditions such as currents and deep.
Day Date am/pm  Dive Site Certification Action
Fri 19-Jul-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Sat 20-Jul-2024  am Gordons Bay* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Sun 21-Jul-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Mon 22-Jul-2024  am Bare Island{Gordons Bay{Gordons Bay* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Fri 26-Jul-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Sat 27-Jul-2024  am Gordons Bay* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Sun 28-Jul-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Mon 29-Jul-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Fri 02-Aug-2024  am Gordons Bay* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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Sat 03-Aug-2024  am Bare Island* 
Open Water Diver(20m)
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*The Dive Sites schedule are a guide of where we are planning to go and are in no way guaranteed. If we can't go to the divesite due conditions, then the cruise director will nominate the next best suitable spot. There is no refund if we do not make it to the planned dive sites.

Bare Island

Depth:20m Rating:Green

Bare Island jutts out dramatically from the mainland and is accessible on foot from a long wooden walkway. The right side of the island is protected and good for diving even when the sea is rough. Multiple dive sites exist around the island making it a place that you can keep coming back to.

If you dive the right side you will initially drop down to about 15 metres and cross over a small reef. If you turn left and head southwest you will cross a sandy bottom and wind up at the main reef. Flatheads, numbrays, rays and flounder can be seen half buried in the sand so be careful if you touch the bottom.  There is a gutter that you can swim through between rocks and kelp near the reef.

The marine life on the reef can be very plentiful. Noteworthy are the pygmy seahorses and weedy sea dragons one can see here. There are also several kinds of sharks that can be seen here, namely grey nurse sharks, port jackson and the occasional dusky whaler. At about 20 metres is a low overhang around which a lot of sea life exists. There are catfish, Sydney cardinalfish, yellow-banded sea perch, and half-banded perch. On your way to this cave are colorful sponges, giant ascidians, lace coral, Bairds solitary coral, and sea tulips.

If you dive down on the left side you will land on a sandy bottom at about 6 metres. The bottom slowly slopes down as you proceed southeast. There are overhangs and caves as you swim along and you may be able to see wobbegongs, port jacksons and pineapplefish among other things. Sponges and nudibranchs can also be seen on the rocks here and sea dragons are around
 

Gordons Bay

Depth:14m Rating:Green

Gordons Bay is located North of Coogee and offers easy diving in calm conditions, with a maximum depth of 14 meters. This site is especially suitable for novice divers and night Dives. Entry into the dive is directly from the carpark, just follow the path down into the water. One of the unique features is the nature trail, defined by a chain which you can follow around the site (note the chain can disappear under the sand at some points) . The trail is approximately 600ms and the dive itself will take on average 30-40 minutes. Features include a small wall imaginatively named "The Wall" and is considered the most interesting part of the dive. Gordons Bay is protected by a reef called the 'Bommie". You will find Sydney's usual suspects on this dive, Blue Groper, Sting Rays, Wrasse , Nudibranchs ,Goat Fish and Port Jackson in winter.


*All Prices are Per Person and Prices may vary depending on Start Dates and options.

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