Attempt to find the remnants of the submerged chain by swimming southwest in to the 8 metre mark with a large rock ledge to the immediate west. Swing to the south east until you ascend to 6 metres, then head east past the kelp (to the south), until you arrive at a massive stand of kelp encircling some large boulders. At his point, head due north back towards the car park until you reach another stand of kelp (in about 4 metres) and follow the line of boulders west. You will return to the start.
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Walk down towards the south eastern side of the car park and along the rock platform until you reach the end. Here perform a belly flop entry. Gordons Bay is also Sydney’s only dive site for handicapped divers, in the form of a wheelchair ramp.
Gordons Bay Entry
Giant cuttlefish, yellowtail barracuda, blue grouper, Port Jackson shark, octopus, bullseyes, leather jacket, and wrasse.
Things to be careful of.
A relatively low risk dive site, however beginner divers should bare in mind the chain circuit is no longer whole, so it may be possible to get lost.