diving in dunsborough, australia

Dunsborough dive guide

Dunsborough Diving

Scuba diving in Dunsborough

Dunsborough offers some of the finest diving adventures in Western Australia. You will be amazed by the diversity of Dunsborough's dive sites. You can choose to dive any of its famous wrecks or reefs and you will never be disappointed. Whether you are an experienced diver or a novice you will find what you need.

Always dive according to your level of training.
Never enter the water without checking with Dunsborough diving centers for safety, additional information, level required for each dive site and without being accompanied by a professional.
All the information provided is purely informative for our readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.

Average annual temperature: Between 16°C and 25°C. (60° F and 77° F)
Visibility often averaging: Visibility is between 32 and 100 feet (10 to 30 meters)
Coldest time: July
Warmest time: January
Possible to dive all year round.

Dunsborough has many dive and snorkel sites to offer. Schedule your diving trips to visit its most attractive wrecks and reefs. It also offer some great night dives in dive sites like Busselton Jetty. Dunsborough is the final resting place to the former Australian navy destroyer, HMAS Swan; it is now home to many kinds of aqua life. Large dhufish, crayfish, dolphins, leather jackets and queen snapper inhabit its dive sites along with many other beautiful creatures.

Some of Dunsborough dive sites.

HMAS Swan was a Class Frigate Destroyer built in 1867. And after serving 26 years it was decommissioned in September 1996. And now it forms a beautiful artificial wreck site. It lies in 65 to 101 feet (20 to 31 meters) of water. The ship is now covered in algae and became home to a wide array of fish.

Busselton Jetty is a beautiful dive site with lots of colorful coral formations. The site is at a depth of 19 to 29 feet (6 to 9 meters). It is considered one of the largest jetties Southern Hemisphere. Many kinds of marine lives have made this spot their home.

Bunker Bay is at a depth of 16 to 49 feet (5 to 15 meters). There are small caves and deep ledges in the area; these are home to many kinds of sea life including crayfish and abalone.

Moons is a beautiful dive site at a depth range of 49 to 55 feet (15 to 17 meters). There are great natural bridges and the ocean floor is covered with pebbles. You will be accompanied with dolphins while diving this site.

Skippy Rock is considered a breeding ground for many species of marine life. The visibility is great at this site. It attracts many kinds of fish like yellow-tail kingfish, trevally, leather jackets and queen snapper.

Honey Combs is at a depth ranging from 19 to 26 feet (6 to 8 meters). It is home to many kinds of corals, rays along with other marine creatures. There are many limestones overhangs and swim throughs. This spot is perfect for night dives.

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