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Abyss Scuba Diving Location
20 Minutes From Central Sydney
Sydney Dive Shop Location
278 Rocky Point Road Ramsgate NSW
From Sydney CBD (City Centre)
When travelling south from the centre of Sydney, our dive shop is less than 20 minutes away. Come out on the Eastern Distributor and continue along the Grand Parade, turn right into Ramsgate Road and right into Campbell Street, left down Meurants Lane then left into Rocky Point Road. We are 50 m down Rocky Point Road on the left. There is a small entrance between a chemist and our PADI logo - this is the entrance to our carpark. There is ample parking both on street and off street parking.
From Sydney Airport
Travel along the Princess Highway and just past the St. George Hospital the road forks - the left-hand fork is Rocky Point Road. Travel along Rocky Point Road until just before the Ramsgate Road intersection, there is a small entrance on the left between a chemist and our PADI logo - this is the entrance to our carpark.
Travelling by public transport
From Sydney Central Station catch the Illawarra & Eastern Suburbs line to Kogarah (only 15 minutes from Sydney Central) and then catch the 477 or 478 bus to Ramsgate. The bus stops right outside the dive shop. Alternatively, give us a call (02 9583 9662) beforehand and we can arrange to have you picked up from Kogarah station. Please visit NSW Transport Info to plan your journey by public transport.
Central to some of Sydney's best diving
Our dive shop is conveniently located near some of Sydney's best diving.
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