Sydney Dive Sites

Where You Can Dive In Sydney

Australia offers some fantastic scuba diving with a broad range of marine life - and Sydney, as the gateway to Australia, has dive sites unequalled in any large city.

Sydney dive sites Sydney offers a large number of dive sites where you can go diving, and Abyss Scuba Diving is near to the best of Sydney's diving.

Where To Dive In Sydney

  Dive Start Date Price  
Bare Island - Shore Dive Friday 06 Dec 2019 AU$ 0.00

  • Start Date: Fri 06 Dec 2019 at 10:00
  • Our Price: AU$ 0.00

This is a double dive and leaves the shop at 10am, so make sure you are here early enough to collect your gear. Bare Island is arguably Sydney's most popular dive site and is suitable for all levels of divers. With a range of dive sites, it is set to impress no matter what the conditions. Don't forget to join us on Sundays for Free Pizza and beer at 3:00 pm 5:00 pm and a social get together.

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Oak Park- Shore Dive Saturday 07 Dec 2019 AU$ 0.00

  • Start Date: Sat 07 Dec 2019 at 10:00
  • Our Price: AU$ 0.00

This is a double dive and leaves the shop at 10am with the location of the site at Jibbon Street Cronulla. Oak Park is a relatively shallow dive (max 11m) but the site is massive with a large range of marine life, from cuttlefish and eagle rays through to schools of Old Wives and sometimes even a turtle.

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By-Pass Reef - 30m Boat Saturday 07 Dec 2019 AU$ 120.00

  • Start Date: Sat 07 Dec 2019 at 12:00
  • Our Price: AU$ 120.00

By- Pass is a beautiful 20-30m dive with big boulders, swim throughs and small caves. You can see soft sponges and a large variety of fish species. Please be at the boat ramp in dive gear ready to go on time as the boat will leave promptly.

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Oak Park- Shore Dive Friday 13 Dec 2019 AU$ 0.00

  • Start Date: Fri 13 Dec 2019 at 10:00
  • Our Price: AU$ 0.00

This is a double dive and leaves the shop at 10am with the location of the site at Jibbon Street Cronulla. Oak Park is a relatively shallow dive (max 11m) but the site is massive with a large range of marine life, from cuttlefish through to schools of Old Wives.

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