Diving in Australia and Pacific

    Konanda Reef Konanda Reef, Vanuatu

    With depths starting at 3 meters this is a great dive for all levels of divers from the newly certified to the very experienced.Konanda Reefhas a large variety of hard coral andfish life, some of the fish and coral life that you will come across on this dive areClown Fish, Bat Fish, Lion Fish,…

    La Dieppoise Noumea, New Caledonia

    Very nice wreck sunk 7/08/1996

    Lady Elizabeth Wreck Perth, Australia

    Wooden barque 658 tons. From Fremantle for Shanghai, one life lost. Wreck lies on a sandy bottom in Bickley Bay with the bow wedged into a reef in about ten metres with a portion of her hull and ribs exposed. Some artefacts remain.

    Ladys Reef South West Rocks, Australia

    Lady Reef is a small, tennis court size reef off the Front Beach inSouth West Rocks. This is a great spot for a shore dive, for night divesand also for beginners. Expect to see moray eels, catfish, feather stars, resident fishincluding puffers, soft corals and sponges and possibly a…

    Lagoon Hole Tahiti, French Polynesia

    Lancelin Reef Cervantes, Australia

    Landing Bay Pinnacle Tutukaka and Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand

    Pinnacle running down from 5m to 45m! Advanced divers with good buoyancy is recommanded.

    Latitude Reef Forster and Tuncurry, Australia

    Lazens Reef Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

    Pinnicle rising from 400 meters, home to huge Yellowtail kingfish, blue maomao, giant rays.

    Le Banc de Sable Ile des Pins, New Caledonia

    Excellent drift dive.Great wall with nice corals & huge gorgonian. Grey reef sharks and white-tip sharks may be seen.

    Le CalÈdonie Toho 5 Noumea, New Caledonia

    Intentionnaly sunk 21/12/2000

    Le Humboldt Noumea, New Caledonia

    This 44 meters long wreck lays on her side. She was sunk as an artificial reef 9/09/1993.

    Le Sournois Noumea, New Caledonia

    Two distinct places: The wall and the large coral boomie. Stingrays, barracudas...

    Leah Lumps North Haven, Australia

    Set off two bonniey side by side, comming out off 42m up to 30. With vertical sides lots off narrow gutters to atract all type off fish life.Top off rocks coved in corals and fish life.

    Leather Jacket Alley Adelaide, Australia

    Leather Jacket Alley is similar to Broken Bottom. Apparently there are naturally formed gutters, but visually is similar to other SA sites. There are a number of different types of fish that come here however, including the Leather Jacket the site is named for.

    Lighthouse Bay Exmouth and Ningaloo, Australia

    well, we couldn¥t see a lot. easy sandy slope. maybe some snakes, maybe some sharks. they promise manta rays.....if it¥s the season of course. quite expansive stuff.

    Lighthouse Bommie Lady Elliot Island, Australia

    Manta Rays, Moray Eels, Schooling Barracuda, White Tip Reef Sharks...

    Lighthouse Reef Geraldton, Australia

    Lithou Reefs Townsville, Australia

    Reef Sharks, Green Turtles, Stingrays, Eagle Rays...

    Litte Armstrong Bay Perth, Australia

    Little Broadhurst Reef Townsville, Australia

    Little Island Perth, Australia

    a good spot for crays,usaully toward the end of the season. The occasional due fish hangs around in the deeper caves. As the name suggests male australian sealions hang around on the island and the sorrounding waters, do NOT touch them, not only are they protected but they can get very violent when…

    Little Manly Cove Sydney, Australia

    Good alternative choice if the sea is too rough at Shelley Beach

    Lobster Pot Forster and Tuncurry, Australia

    Lonsdale Arches Melbourne, Australia

    Lonsdale Reef Melbourne, Australia

    Many wrecks. Only dive at slack tide

    Lonsdale Wall Melbourne, Australia

    The top of the wall starts at 13 metres deep and drops of to 90 metres in some parts. This is a slack water dive.

    Loson Bank Loson Bank, French Polynesia

    Loson Bank is an open sea shoal. The top is approx 17 m deep and it goes deeper than 1000 m !

    Lotties Lagoon Exmouth and Ningaloo, Australia

    Lotties's Lagoon consisted of a sandy bottom with various coral pillars and bommie's scattered around.

    Low Isles Cairns, Australia

    Luncheon Bay Hook Island, Australia

    Luncheon bay is a very popular dive location with overnight charter boats operating in the Whitsundays. There is often great visibility and the coral reefs here are completely protcted ensuring huge quantities of fish life and amazing coral formations.The coral formations at Luncheon bay form many…

    Lynch's Reef Canterbury, New Zealand

    M.V. Mataora Rarotonga, Cook Islands

    The MV Mataora, previously a Tongan cargo vessel of 44m long, was purchased on the 11th Dec 1990 from Silk and Boyd for $1. She was sank a couple of days later just off the reef. A little while after sinking, the island was hit by a cyclone, breaking up the wreck and separating the bow and stern.…

    Mackerel bay Hook Island, Australia

    A dive that is better at some times than at others depending upon visibility. This is a popular dive site during northerlies when most of the more popular sites are untenable. A relatively shallow dive through a mace of coral bommies, which form shallow canyons, ledges and swim-throughs. The fish…

    Magdelaine Cays Cairns, Australia

    Magic Point Sydney, Australia

    Magic Point is a critical shark habitat area for the beautiful Grey Nurse Shark. There are many critical shark habitat areas declared in NSW waters with associated regulations to control fishing. Grey nurse sharks are not considered to be dangerous to humans. They are a passive species with teeth…

    Mahara motu Huahine, French Polynesia

    All the lagoon in front of the hotel is interesting. Starting from the channel (leopard rays) to the reef (lionfishes, surgeon fishes, etc.).Take care of the numerous urchins in the lagoon !

    Mamaa Tikehau, French Polynesia

    A very nice aquarium with an amphitheatre shape. Reef marine life plus black-tip sharks, moray eels and Napoleon wrasse when the dive center organize somme feeding.

    The Caverns Yap, Micronesia

    A magnificentdrop-off. Grey reef sharks and amultitude ofmarine life patrol the magnificentwalladorned with a variety of coral, withwatervisibility usually in excess of 30metres.