Diving in Australia and Pacific


    Flinders Reef Moreton Island, Australia

    This site is a marine park with no fishing.The Reef is in great condition with only a small part that has been over dived (mooring #1 & 2), But even here there is still a lot to see. This site is great diving for all levels with a little something for every one.Night diving here is up there with…

    Flora Reef Cairns, Australia

    Great wall with caves

    Fly Point Nelson Bay and Port Stephens, Australia

    A very popular dive site. Dive at slack tide!
    Clown Fish

    Flynn Reef - Coral Garden Cairns, Australia

    Giant Clam

    Flynn Reef - Gordon's mooring Cairns, Australia

    Gordon's Mooring has some great swim-throughs and overhangs amongst the variety of smaller bommies. It is very popular with photographers as it boasts a wide range of corals and marine life with plenty of sunlight. Deeper areas of the site provide a stunning blue backdrop for photos. Highlights…

    Flynn Reef - Three Sisters Cairns, Australia

    Lovely dive. White-tip sharks and great drop-off.

    Flynn Reef - Tracey's Bommie Cairns, Australia

    Reef sharks, eagle rays... very nice dive.

    Foggy Reef Melbourne, Australia

    Bottom: chasms, ledges and caves with kelp on top.

    Fonti Reef Hienghene, New Caledonia

    Very nice caves and huge gorgonians.

    Fortesque Bay Kelp Forest Tasmania, Australia

    Franklin Point Melbourne, Australia

    Frankston Pier Melbourne, Australia

    Frankston Reef Melbourne, Australia

    Fremantle North mole Fremantle, Australia

    Very nice sponge life, look under the ledges for schooling bullseye, squid, octopuses, eels, boxfish and of course the elusive western blue devil are all highlights of this dive. very enjoyable dive and best in the evening around 4 o'clock in the summer. Good for crayfishing.

    Fujikawa Maru Truk, Micronesia

    437 foot freighter

    Fujikawa Maru Truk, Micronesia

    437 foot freighter

    Fujikawa Maru Truk, Micronesia

    437 foot freighter

    Fujikawa Maru Truk, Micronesia

    437 foot freighter

    Fumitsuki Maru Truk, Micronesia

    The Fumitsuki destroyer was a 1772 tons Japaneese destroyer. It is 97 meters long.

    Gab Gab 2 Guam, Micronesia

    Dive site is marked with a white bouy directly across from "Gab Gab" beach on ComNavMar Naval Base. Fish feeding areas are set up to get large amounts of fish to gather as scenery for a small tourist submarine ( "Atlantis" ) which makes trips through the area. Large amount of fish, noticed a few…

    Garuae Pass Fakarava, French Polynesia

    World class dive for sharks, manta rays...

    Gary's Lagoon Hamilton Island, Australia

    Gary's Lagoon is well protected, making it a great site for snorkellers and beginner divers. The coral cover is excellent and the lagoon makes for easy diving before venturing into deeper water just outside the entrance. The lagoon is home to all sorts of tropical marine life including large soft…

    Glenelg Barge Adelaide, Australia

    The Barge is the sister sip to the Dredge, and used to carry sand before being sunk as a dive wreck.The deck is only 12m or so, and the bottom is about 18m. Typically there will be schools of fish, crabs, sea cucumbers. Wreck penetration is not recommended as there is lots of piping.

    Gordon's Bay Clovelly Sydney, Australia

    Enter water at end of path, swim out a few meters and find chain, follow the chain to the wall.

    Gothenburg Wreck Townsville, Australia

    Gothenburg Wreck is a 60m steel steamer. It sank in 1875.

    Great White Wall Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Green Island South West Rocks, Australia

    Green Island is situated just north of Smoky Cape Lighthouse (south of Gap Beach in Hat Head National Park) and can easily be seen from the Lighthouse car park looking north. The island is only a little way off the shoreline - unfortunately difficult access from the mainland means the dive site is…

    Green Island Perth, Australia

    Green Island Coromandel peninsula, New Zealand

    Quite exposed to swells and winds, to get sheltered just go on the other side of the island.North east side from 5 to 15 m with rocks covered with kelps and some sand spots. Schools of blue two-spot damselfis, crayfish, pink maomao.

    Green Island - New York Cairns, Australia

    Grotte de la troisiËme Ile des Pins, New Caledonia

    Stalactites, stalagmites, columns and a beutifull crystal water.Take care of the sleepy floor when entering the cave.

    Grotte ‡ Jean-Claude Noumea, New Caledonia

    Grottes de Gadji Ile des Pins, New Caledonia


    Gunbarrel Viti Levu, Fiji

    The legendary ?Gunbarrel? ? Not for first timers!An adrenalin dive for the first part of the dive as you fly through an underwater canyon, herding the schools of snapper and surgeon fish through the narrow underwater gorge.Graceful grey reef and white tip sharks glide up and down the walls through…

    H.M.A.S. Swan Dunsborough, Australia

    Awesom wreck dive on a custom sunk (1997) Australian navy Destroyer Escort, which stands with its keel at 30 m on a sandy bottom.It has been made diver safe, so knock yourself out with lots of cool swimthroughs on a BIG, INTACT, NON DEEP warship - great fun :-)Most of the ship is now covered in…

    Halifax Park Nelson Bay and Port Stephens, Australia

    This is probably the best shore dive of the NSW. During summer, the dive site is very crowded.The marine life is incredible here. The best is probably the huge amount of sea slugs! A must for macro-photographers.

    Hammerhead Guard Rock Huku Hiva, French Polynesia

    Some Hammerhead sharks but the viz is not enough to really see them :(

    Harbord Sydney, Australia

    Hastings Reef Cairns, Australia

    Heian Maru Truk, Micronesia

    510 Ft. Submarine Tender, lying on her port side