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"Diving with Abyss"
Phillip Burton on 19/4/2015 4:05:22 PM
Comments: I successfully completed my open water diver accreditation April 2014. I recommend the PADI on line course and the small group pool and river training dives. Since then I have dived with the Abyss club many times. I was initially nervous, they are really supportive and encouraging. Their double shore dives are a great way to dive around Sydney with a dive master and if your buddy can't make it. Thanks Abyss.
"Friday Shore Dive - Oak Park"
Leah Hall on 21/3/2015 8:29:04 PM
Comments: I had a great club dive day at Oak Park on Friday. The Divemaster was friendly and professional, making sure that everyone in the group was happy and comfortable with the dive. We did 2 dives with a social break for lunch in between. Both dives were full of things to see, lots of large and small sea life. It was really nice to see different points of interest on the 2 dives. The pace was relaxed, I didn't feel at all rushed, although at the same time I feel as though we saw a lot. I really enjoy... More details
"Guided Shore Dives"
Marianna Idas on 5/6/2013 4:08:53 PM
Comments: The guides, the people, the locations and the free soup is fantastic! I would recommend Abyss for shore dives. I have also completed my Open and Advanced Diver Courses with Abyss and and can confirm they are one of the best dive centres I have gone diving with. Enjoy.
"Red Indian Fish @ Bare Island"
Minh Tran on 6/12/2009 8:33:03 PM
Comments: I've dived with the outstanding Abyss Team at Bare Island many times but I must admit that the shore dives today at Bare Island were excellence. The water wasn't that cold & visibility was really good on both sides especially on the eastern side. It was on the western side of the island where I saw a Red Indian fish for the 1st time & I couldn't believe my eyes when I was 1st approaching it :D The depth & temperature were 10.5m & 19.4 respectively. I've noticed that it doesn't move or react at a... More details
"just wanted to drop a line to thanks to the Abyss crew members"
Mahendra on 2/2/2009 10:53:25 AM
Comments: I'm told that this is the best site in Sydney (and in fact in NSW) to see the sea dragons (weedy's) and its at the entrance to Botany Bay. The southern side of the bay’s entrance is home to the most number of sea dragons known from one location. we saw school of fishes, rays and also male weedy's carrying eggs onto the underside of the tail. Our dive masters was George , who did an excellent job of instructing us and making us feel comfortable in the water. The staff was helpful, friendly and ve... More details
"Shore Dive @ Hammerhead Point"
Minh Tran on 13/10/2008 1:27:48 PM
Comments: We were looking for the hammerhead sharks but they were moving north by the time we commenced diving. However, apart from the fishermen, the weather was great, no waves, condition was good with easy entry/exit point. A bit walking distance (not too far) from the car to the dive site but it was great exercise. We may missed the sharks but saw the wales torward the end of the second dive which was really spectacular. Abyss team has conducted the dives professionally & I had lot of fun. I'd love to... More details