Sydney has temperate water diving, where the water temp varies from 15 to 24 degrees and visibility averages about 10 to 15 meters throughout the year but often experiences 25-30m during winter.
There is a huge variety of fish life sponges soft corals and there over 40 dives sites to choose from.
In Sydney the type of marine life you can see such as Weedy Sea Dragons, Giant Cuttlefish, Blue Grouper, Bull Rays, Wobbygong shark, Port Jackson shark and of course Grey Nurse sharks plus hundreds of other species of fish. The marine life you will see varies, depending of time of the year.
|Water temperature:||Jan- Mar 19-24'c|
Apr- Jun15 -24'c
Jul- Sep 15-18'c
Oct- Dec 17- 20'c
|Water Visibility:|| 10-15m average (Boat dives)|
5-10m (Shore Dives).
Can be as good as 30m in late
Summer and Autumn
|Types of Diving:||Shark Diving, Wreck Diving, Photography |
and Temperate water diving
|Location:||Sydney, NSW, Australia|
|Unique Diving Features:||We some incredible marine life such as the Weedy Sea-dragon, Giant cuttle fish up to 1.5 meters in length, Grey Nurse Shark, Wobbygong shark, Port Jackson shark, Blue Grouper and fantastic underwater|