Shelly Beach

Shelly Beach
Shelly Beach
On the northern beaches, just south of world famous Manly beach, Shelley beach has parking (with fierce competition on weekends) just metres above and with all facilities (showers, toilets, BBQ and even an equipment donning platform) on location. An easy entry makes for an effortless dive that stretches over towards neighbouring dive site, Fairy Bower. Shelly Beach is home to a trio of dusky whaler sharks during the winter months.

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Shelly Beach Manly

 

Shelly Beach can be well explored in a couple of dives. One dive can be spent swimming up the northern peninsula, south into the bay and then east back towards the beach as you try to track down the submerged motorcycle. Keep an eye out for weedy sea dragons amongst the kelp.

Dive two could be well spent as a slow swim alongside the promenade, towards fairy bower before heading north and back I to the beach through the bay. Swim through the maze of boulders and soar over the fields of sea grass.

 

Shelly Beach Manly

 

Shelly Beach can be well explored in a couple of dives. One dive can be spent swimming up the northern peninsula, south into the bay and then east back towards the beach as you try to track down the submerged motorcycle. Keep an eye out for weedy sea dragons amongst the kelp.

Dive two could be well spent as a slow swim alongside the promenade, towards fairy bower before heading north and back I to the beach through the bay. Swim through the maze of boulders and soar over the fields of sea grass.

 

Shelly Beach Manly

 

Shelly Beach can be well explored in a couple of dives. One dive can be spent swimming up the northern peninsula, south into the bay and then east back towards the beach as you try to track down the submerged motorcycle. Keep an eye out for weedy sea dragons amongst the kelp.

Dive two could be well spent as a slow swim alongside the promenade, towards fairy bower before heading north and back I to the beach through the bay. Swim through the maze of boulders and soar over the fields of sea grass.

 

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"Hidden Sydney Gem"

Kimberly Smith on 25/3/2015 9:09:48 PM

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Comments: We love this site. It's our go to when the weather is too rough for anywhere else or whenever we test out new equipment. Easy site, but loads to see on both sides of the bay. Have seen Dusky Whalers, Giant Cuttlefish, a big ball of cat fish and loads of others. Every dive is different. My partner even saw a Grey Nurse!

"Can't go wrong"

Kirsty on 9/6/2009 7:26:42 PM

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Comments: How could you not love a dive site as easy as this one to navigate!! This was the first place I felt confident to dive without an organised group. It's very cool if you can find the submersed motorbike but even cooler to swim with the dusky whalers!!