Based in Adelaide, South Australia the Underwater Explorers Club of SA (UECOFSA) is the longest running scuba diving club in Australia.
As our name suggests we love exploring the marine environment. South Australia has many exciting dive locations and ship wrecks. The dive club does regular dives at locations within easy reach of metropolitan Adelaide and has frequent trips to the Yorke Peninsula.
Why not come with us on your next dive adventure.
Dive club members vary in experience from beginning open water divers to old salts who have logged hundreds of dives. We are a friendly bunch and our experienced divers are more than happy to help out with those who are just getting into this exciting activity.
We run regular seminars for our members and maintain current skills in dive safety, diver emergencies and seamanship.
We also have a variety of social activities.
Have a look at who we are and if you are interested in coming to one of our meetings or on an introductory dive we’d love to hear from you.
To celebrate our 50th Anniversary in 2004, we published “Let’s Go for a Dive”, containing stories and historical accounts of the development of our club and aspects of scuba diving in South Australia.
Wreck Diving in South Australia
Club members enjoy regular dives on the many historical ship wrecks in South Australia.
“Australian Shipwrecks, A Pictorial History” by Club patron Peter Christopher tells the story of several of these wrecks.