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Abyss Scuba Diving

Guided Shore Dive

Stock No. SHD
AU$ 0.00

These are dives are  Free to come on. You only pay for any equipment hire and any air fills. Please be at the Dive Centre at the alocated  stated start time slot.

To ensure your safety we require those divers, who have not dived in the past 12 months and who have less than 20 dives experience, to undertake a PADI Reactivate program prior to going on one of our shore dives. We run refresher courses every month so if you have not dived for a while be safe and tune up your diving skills.

Please note:

  • These rates only apply to those who book and pay online but not to those who book online and then only pay when they come to the dive centre.
  • Rental equipment is to be collected at the dive centre at Ramsgate and we require proof of certification at the time of collection.
  • Divers are required to pick up and return their rental equipment to the dive shop.
  • Transport is not included for this dive, because of social distancing the best option is an Uber to and from the site.

 

  • For all cancellations, there is a $30 administration fee. There is no refund once the equipment leaves the dive centre!
25 Sep 2020 | 9 | 5
Due to Corona Restrictions, for your safety we have reduced number to 10 in a group and we will maintaining 1.5m social distance during shore dives. Sorry no soup for now, please pack your own light lunch. We will do minimum surface intervals to reduce the congregations at the site. All divers must have their own transportation (you are welcome to uber) This is a double dive and leaves the shop at 10am with the location of the site is in the Captain Cook National Park at Kurnell. Sutherland Point is a prime site for seeing Weedy Sea Dragon, and is an extremely interesting site which always shows up something new.  
26 Sep 2020 | 15 | 9
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  
27 Sep 2020 | 15 | 15
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.   
27 Sep 2020 | 15 | 12
IT IS PROJECT AWARE WEEK. Come along and do you bit for the ocean. This site is one of our favourites and is usually conducted as a drift dive with the incoming tide. Step off the rocks into the big blue and let your self be taken along the wall, looking for weedy seadragons, rays and Pj’s. Its always good to get to the site early to get set up and then park your car at the exit point. The second dive will be held at The Steps.   
02 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  
03 Oct 2020 | 15 | 14
This dive is designed for people with camera so it will be a go slow dive to allow you to get the perfect shot. The site will be decided on the day. Come for a diev with like monded photographers. Due to Corona Restrictions, for your safety we have reduced number to 10 in a group and we will maintaining 1.5m. Social distance during shore dives. Sorry no soup for now, please pack your own light lunch. We will do minimum surface intervals to reduce the congregations at the site. All divers must have their own transportation (you are welcome to uber)   
03 Oct 2020 | 20 | 19
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  
04 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
Possibly one of the most popular dive spots in Sydney, found in the national park, Voodoo is famous for its pumping surf break above the water and its beautiful swim through Arch beneath the water. With schools of fish, giant cuttlefish and eagle rays swimming about, who wouldnt want to dive in this slice of heaven. Be at the store at more than 30 mins before to collect your gear and meet your dive masters.  
09 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
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.   
10 Oct 2020 | 15 | 13
This site is one of our favourites and is usually conducted as a drift dive with the incoming tide. Step off the rocks into the big blue and let your self be taken along the wall, looking for weedy seadragons, rays and Pj’s. Its always good to get to the site early to get set up and then park your car at the exit point. The second dive will be held at The Steps.   
11 Oct 2020 | 15 | 15
Due to Corona Restrictions, for your safety we have reduced number to 15 in a group and we will maintaining 1.5m social distance during shore dives. Sorry no soup for now, please pack your own light lunch. We will do minimum surface intervals to reduce the congregations at the site. All divers must have their own transportation (you are welcome to uber) This is a double dive and leaves the shop at 10am with the location of the site is in the Captain Cook National Park at Kurnell. Sutherland Point is a prime site for seeing Weedy Sea Dragon, and is an extremely interesting site which always shows up something new.  
16 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
Possibly one of the most popular dive spots in Sydney, found in the national park, Voodoo is famous for its pumping surf break above the water and its beautiful swim through Arch beneath the water. With schools of fish, giant cuttlefish and eagle rays swimming about, who wouldnt want to dive in this slice of heaven. Be at the store at more than 30 mins before to collect your gear and meet your dive masters.  
17 Oct 2020 | 20 | 19
Possibly one of the most popular dive spots in Sydney, found in the national park, Voodoo is famous for its pumping surf break above the water and its beautiful swim through Arch beneath the water. With schools of fish, giant cuttlefish and eagle rays swimming about, who wouldnt want to dive in this slice of heaven. Be at the store at more than 30 mins before to collect your gear and meet your dive masters.  
18 Oct 2020 | 15 | 15
This will be a great dive with a heap of marine life, schools of fish and maybe even the odd grey nurse shark. Shell harbour is an hour drive south of the dive centre. So for this dive we leave Abyss at 9am (please be here at 8.30am to collect gear) do the 2 dives and generally get back around 5pm. If conditions make the planned site unsuitable, then another site will be selected for the dive..Transport is not included for this dive, if you require a lift please be here no later than 45 minutes before start time.  
23 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
This site is one of our favourites and is usually conducted as a drift dive with the incoming tide. Step off the rocks into the big blue and let your self be taken along the wall, looking for weedy seadragons, rays and Pj’s. Its always good to get to the site early to get set up and then park your car at the exit point. The second dive will be held at The Steps.   
24 Oct 2020 | 15 | 15
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  
25 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
This site is one of our favourites and is usually conducted as a drift dive with the incoming tide. Step off the rocks into the big blue and let your self be taken along the wall, looking for weedy seadragons, rays and Pj’s. Its always good to get to the site early to get set up and then park your car at the exit point. The second dive will be held at The Steps.   
30 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  
31 Oct 2020 | 20 | 20
This is a double dive 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. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced diver, it is a great site for everyone.  

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