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The TSS Currajong, is among one of the most the most intact shipwreck in NSW. She was a collier that sank when run down by the SS Wyreema in 1910.
t 2 pm on Tuesday 8 March 1910, the TSS Currajong left the Bellambi […]
Watch, listen, read, scroll, tap and interact while you learn to freedive with PADI Freediver Touch. It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s portable and it’s your entry to the underwater world as a Freediver.
The PADI Freediver Touch tablet app is an interactive study tool that gives you the […]
Have you ever noticed flashes of light as you quickly moved your hand through the water on a night dive at Ship Rock? Or when sitting at the back of a dive boat, have you noticed the sparkly trail left behind in the water disturbed by the engine? […]
Depth: down to 21m
Best Time to Dive: Incoming tide approaching high tide, seas must be flat.
The Leap is a site well known to SCUBA divers but often neglected by the keen Freediver. Nestled in the beautiful Kamay National Park between Cape Solander and Sutherland Point is the […]
How is Freediving different from snorkelling?
Snorkelling is the casual act of putting on a mask and snorkel and looking below while floating. Snorkelers may not have any training and spend most of the time on the surface. Skin diving takes snorkelling a step further […]