Tank Cave is the largest collection of underwater connected tunnels in the Mt Gambier region. If offers advanced cave divers many hours traversing the intricate network. There is a detailed map which is used to plan each dive.
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Certification: ADV CaveDepth: 15M
Dunloe WreckCertification: Tech45Depth: 45M
Little is known about this wreck except for the location and as you can see by the photos, the stern is in quite good condition, along with the boilers. It is possible to penetrate some sections and the starboard side prop is still attached.
Fawkner WreckCertification: Tech45Depth: 45M
The props are visible and the bow has lots of fish life around it. You can still penetrate some of areas of this wreck.
Beverwijk WreckCertification: Tech45Depth: 46M
The Beverwijk was a steel hulled suction cutter dredge. She was scuttled on the 6th May 1963 and now lies upside down in 46m of water in the ships graveyard with her bow pointing toward Barwon Heads. The suction pipe is still prominent on the bow section as is a Read more [...]
Werfa WreckCertification: Tech60Depth: 65M
The Werfa was built in Hawdon on the Tyne River in the UK in 1883 and was 71 metres in length and 9.8 metres wide. Her purpose was as a coal carrier. In 1925 on August 4th she was at Victoria dock (no. 20), Melbourne when the American destroyer U.S.S. Read more [...]