Scuba Dive With Seals

All they want to do is play with you

Scuba diving with seals is one of the most thrilling underwater experiences imaginable. Seals are one of the fascinating creatures you can ever dive with. All they want to do is play with you, and if you don't want to play with them then they will find someone or something else to play with.

The seals are located a 10-minute boat ride from Port Kembla Harbour. (We do not offer any transport from Sydney to Port Kembla) The day includes:

  • Double boat dive
  • Divemaster services
  • Light lunch between dives

It is recommended that if you have not dived in the past 12 months that you do a refresher course before undertaking this dive. 

The divemaster is there to help all divers, but they are dive mastering for up to 10 divers, but if you need your own private DM, this service is available for an extra $149. 

We also offer a separate activity of snorkelling with seals which is suited for non-divers.

Please Note:  Normally there are between 20- 80 seals on the island and in the water around the island. The seals are wild animals and as such, we cannot guarantee their presence or their interaction with the divers. 

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