Scuba Diving in South Australia
tumby bay jetty
This is a long jetty situated in the small town of Tumby Bay, east of Port Lincoln. The jetty offers a good shore dive with prolific fish life. It is not often dived, but if you are in the area, it could be worth the effort.
whyalla cuttlefish dives
Whyalla is fast becoming a popular diving destination for Australians and overseas visitors. The waters close to town boast huge numbers of mating cuttlefish during winter. Contact the Whyalla dive operator, listed in 'Useful Links' for more information.
great white shark cage diving
South Australia is known around the world as a region in which the Great White Shark can be found in good numbers. There are opportunities to dive with these huge predators, mainly with operators out of Port Lincoln. A sensational adventure for anyone interested.
Other dives around the Eyre Peninsula Coast are offered on live-aboard adventures, for example on the wonderful sailing ship, the 'Falie'.
south east south Australia
Diving is possible in many locations in the South East. Robe is one area which is popular, where rocky reefs abound. On the far south coast divers can explore the waters around Carpenters Rocks.
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