Diving in Australia and Pacific

    Helen Reef SouthWest Islands, Micronesia

    One of the most prolific dive spots in the world. Millions of every type of fish

    Hendersen Island Perth, Australia

    Herald Cays Cairns, Australia

    Great corals with Eagle Rays, Reef Sharks

    Herald Surprise Townsville, Australia

    Hideaway Island Hideaway Island, Vanuatu

    Awesome vis, no current, fantastic diving!

    Hillarys North Wall Perth, Australia

    nice and easy dive, you can enter at the end of the mole and just use the incoming tide to move you along. like all walls there isnt an abundance of fish visible but upon closer inspection they are everywhere. good for crays towards the end of the season!( make sure they are a legal size!!) small…

    Hirokawa Maru - Bonegi 1 Western Province, Solomon Islands

    Diving in Hirokawa Maru - Bonegi 1 is InterestingYou can find Interesting. Typically, visibility is Medium ( 5 - 10 m)The average depth is 58 m / 190.3 ftTo reach Hirokawa Maru - Bonegi 1 you have to do it By boat & from shoreThis dive site is best suited for All divers divers.Sunk in November…

    HMAS Cerebrus Wreck Melbourne, Australia


    HMAS J1 Submarine Melbourne, Australia

    "HMS J1 later HMAS J1 was a Royal Navy J class submarine built by HM Dockyard at Portsmouth in Hampshire and launched on 6 November 1915.J1 operated in patrols in the North Sea. In November 1916 a German force made up of half a destroyer flotilla, three dreadnoughts and a battlecruiser set out from…

    HMAS J2 Submarine Melbourne, Australia

    130 Foot Sub scuttled by explosives June 1st, 1926.

    HMAS J3 Submarine Melbourne, Australia

    "HMAS J3 formerly HMS J3 was a J class submarine built for the Royal Navy by HM Dockyard at Pembroke in Wales and launched on 4 December 1915, was transferred to Australia on 25 March 1919 and operated out of Geelong in Victoria, paid off on 12 July 1922, was sold in April 1924 and sunk in 1926"…

    HMAS J4 Submarine Melbourne, Australia

    "HMAS J4 was a J class submarine built by HM Dockyard at Pembroke in Wales and launched on 2 February 1916, was transferred to Australia on 25 March 1919 and operated out of Geelong in Victoria, paid off on 12 July 1922, was sold on 26 February 1924 but sank at her moorings at Williamstown on 10…

    HMAS J5 Submarine Melbourne, Australia

    "HMAS J5 was formerly HMS J5 [1], a First World War J class submarine built for the Royal Navy by HM Dockyard at Devonport in Plymouth.The J's were three-screw diesel electric submarines of some 1,800 tons armed with 6 torpedo tubes, two of these in the beam position, and a 4-inch gun. They were…

    HMS Pandora Far Northern, Australia

    HMS Pandora was a 24-gun frigate of the Royal Navy, built by Adams and Barnard at Deptford, and launched on 17 May 1779. She was deployed in North American waters during the American Revolutionary War but was put 'in ordinary' (mothballed) after 1783.When the news of the mutiny on the Bounty reached…

    Hoki Maru Truk, Micronesia

    7000 ton 100 foot freighter upright

    Hole in the Rock Hole in the Rock, New Zealand

    Holmes Reef Cairns, Australia

    Honey Bone Reef Honey Bone Reef, Vanuatu

    Only 15 minutes from the dive base with a depth of 9 metres to 26 metres, this site features a variety of soft and hard coral representing all colors of the rainbow and brightly colored fish, with turtles and Moray Eels to be sighted.Honeybone reef is a great dive for both the inexperience and the…

    Hyams Beach Jervis Bay, Australia

    Ilot Signal Noumea, New Caledonia

    Natural reserve.

    Inscription point Sydney, Australia

    It's a very good place to meet seadragons!

    Jack's Place Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Jackies Reef Malolo Island, Fiji

    For 35 years the resort has been fish feeding here from coral viewing boats and this has bought about a fish population of great diversity and abundance. Both large and small reef fish, both solo and in huge schools, allow a rare opportunity to see all these fish at one shallow, easy and close dive…

    Jackson Rocks Perth, Australia

    Jerry's Jelly Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Jetty #1 Cervantes, Australia

    Wobbegong Shart

    Julain Rocks - Cod Hole Byron Bay, Australia

    The Cod Hole is an underwater swimthrough about 30 metres from the north eastern tip of the rocks. The Cod Hole opens up at about 15 metres with an entrance about 4 metres by 5 metres, and slopes downward and away to the open sea to a depth of 21 metres.It is the haunt of big moray eels, wobbegongs,…

    Julian Rocks - The Cray Cave Byron Bay, Australia

    The Cray Cave is located on the exposed south-east end of Julian Rocks. As the name suggests there is a small cave or swimthrough. The area is a mass of huge rock outcrops. You will encounter grey nurse sharks, cod, turtles and rays. Black coral trees line the sheer walls of Julian Rocks to the…

    Julian Rocks - The Nursery Byron Bay, Australia

    On the sheltered western side of the rock, The Nursery offers a shallow dive from 5 metres to 12 metres. The reef fish here are prolific. In this general area, in about 8 metres of water, lies the anchor and chain from an old sailing ship - The Volunteer - which was wrecked off Tallow Beach, south…

    Kapiti Island Wellington, New Zealand

    Formally established in May 1992 the reserve?s underwater scenery is generally regarded as some of the finest in the greater Wellington region.Good variety for photography.Those with a mask and snorkel could explore the rocks close to the shore.Scuba diving is the most rewarding on the western side…

    Kasmira Reef Ile des Pins, New Caledonia

    This is a good site to encouter Leopard Sharks. Also some turtles, garden eels...

    Keeper Reef Townsville, Australia

    Enjoy diving or snorkeling on some of the most pristine reefs within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Visit Keeper Reef, northeast of Townsville and explore the myriad of gullies and caves that this reef is famous for. Keeper Reef is an ideal location for certified divers, the novice diver or…

    Kelso Reef Townsville, Australia

    Great corlas & Snorkelling.

    Kensho Maru Truk, Micronesia

    373 foot freighter, 4800 ton Passenger/ cargo ship, upright

    Kiama blowhole Shellharbour, Australia

    Kingston Reefs Perth, Australia

    Kinugawa Maru - Bonegi II Western Province, Solomon Islands

    Diving in Kinugawa Maru - Bonegi II is InterestingYou can find Interesting. Typically, visibility is Good ( 10 - 30 m)The average depth is 18 m / 59.1 ftTo reach Kinugawa Maru - Bonegi II you have to do it From shoreThis dive site is best suited for All divers divers.436 foot long Japanese transport…

    Kiyosumi Maru Truk, Micronesia

    450 foot, 8600 ton Merchant Cruiser, lying on port side

    Knuckle Reef Whitsunday Islands, Australia


    Konanda Konanda, Vanuatu

    The darling of the keen wreck divers, ?Konanda? sits flat on a sandy bottom at 26 metres, her derricks and rigging reaching up to within 10 metres of the surface.Imagine, even the snorkels can enjoy themselves here on the nearby reef as well, ?Konanda? is an Island Trader, 45 metres in length, which…