Scuba Diving in Australia is world class and the South Coast of New South Wales offers diving unmatched by any large city.
Australia is undoubtedly unique.
With over 35,000km's of magnificent coastline, we have superb diving in the tropical waters of the world renowned Great Barrier Reef and northern Western Australia, as well as brilliant temperate diving in the southern states.
If you are a certified diver or a snorkeller, Australia has some of the best ocean life in the world.
NSW has one of the most varied and interesting coastlines for scuba divers, from temperate water marine life in the south, to tropical species at Byron Bay near the Queensland border.
A superb climate and the largest of Australia's state populations has ensured a large diving fraternity with well appointed dive shops and div tour operators spaced along the 2,000km coastline.
NAROOMA (Land of Blue Water)
Located 360 km south of Sydney
730 km north of Melbourne
220 km east of Canberra
Attractive seaside town on the far south coast of New South Wales, Narooma is a small charming seaside town, retirement centre overlooked by Mount Dromedary and situated around the Wagonga Inlet.
There's great ocean, beach, and estuary fishing, a spectacular golf course on the cliff tops, world class diving, whale watching and surfing and the trip to Montague Island Nature Reserve has been described as New South Wales best maritime adventure.
We could use travel brochure adjectives like pristine, alluring, best kept secret, but let's just say...Narooma. If you've ever been there, you'll know what we mean - and you'll keep coming back.
Many people do not realise the diverse and fascinating diving that the spectacular South Coast has to offer. Let us take you on a virtual guided tour and show you our protected marine areas, with outstanding underwater sea life such as Grey Nurse Sharks, Wobbegong and Port Jackson sharks, huge friendly Blue Gropers, Giant Cuttlefish and the unique Weedy Seadragon.