A pinnacle in the middle of Port Phillip Heads (The Rip) is dived only on slack water and allows divers to see all the wonders of this region in one dive. The top is around 20M and it descends beyond 100M. Even the occasional seal will participate down under with Read more [...]
All Reef Dives in Point Lonsdale
Certification: ADVDepth: 20M
The LinksCertification: ADVDepth: 21M
A chain from a Japanese freighter (Ningan Maru) was lost in Port Phillip and some of it resides at this appropriately named location. It suits advanced divers and a swim along the wall in either direction provides a fantastic dive. If you choose the go in n easterly direction you Read more [...]
Toms’ CaveCertification: ADVDepth: 21M
Cute little cave with an entrance around 22M and the exit at 30M. It is easy swim through for advanced divers. The entrance usually supports many fish and the deeper exit is the start of the wall so you can explore as much as you like. If you swim in Read more [...]
Boarfish ReefCertification: OWDepth: 21M
This area suit open water divers and allows divers to checkout all the sponges and corals with ample bottom time as the maximum depth is around 21M with average around 13M. Of course you can see Boarfish there, hence the name.
Cathedral reefCertification: ADVDepth: 25M
The start of this dive has an arch covered in yellow zoanthids which spans around 8M. It starts around 25M and below drops to 60M. There is also a swim through that is single file only and exits back on top of the reef.
North CornerCertification: ADVDepth: 50M
Always lot of Old Wives hanging around this spot on the wall.
New WallCertification: ADVDepth: 60M
Starting at around 15M you descend down the wall to whatever depth you wish, 30M, 40M 50M or further. This is an excellent location with a 30M swim through at 28M which is covered in yellow zoanthids.
Lonsdale WallCertification: OWDepth: 80M
Lonsdale Wall is one of Australia’s little know but premier dive locations. Starting at 12M with ledges around every 10M you can dive to whatever depths you wish and find all sorts of topography and sea life. It is dived every weekend by local and visiting divers alike.