wrecks to be decided on the day depending on experience and weather
Diving: 2 days (double dives), Max 12 divers. Wreck followed by a reef.
Cost: $85 pp for a double dive
Extras: Cylinders and weights $35 per day
Wrecks:(view more onhttp://www.aquazero.com.au/)
S.S. Bonnie Dundee
A costal freighter that sank in 1879 after collision. The Wreck includes boiler, stern, engine and parts of the ships hull. Always covered with fish, Wobbies and Port Jacksons. Maximum Depth 35 metres. http://www.michaelmcfadyenscuba.info/viewpage.php?page_id=146
The Byron was a wooden hull 145 ton steamer screw. During a heavy gale it sprung a leak whilst transporting coal from Newcastle To Sydney in 1896. Today the wooden hull has rotted away but there is still an interesting dive with the boiler, engines and various other steel components still remaining. The Byron is always covered with plenty of fish life and Morey Eels. Maximum depth 40 metres.
Dive Centre: http://www.aquazero.com.au/
1. Ross Coleman
2. Jules Wilkinson
3. Sam Warwick
4. Steven Beckett
5. Becky Silverside
6. Imogen Beckett (non-diving)
7. Bec W-P
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