Coming Dives

Ardrossan Jetty
Sunday 6th June 2021
10:00 am

Dive Description:
Shallow dive and good for beginners with rubble mounds and an array of life. Timber piles under the jetty have interesting growth with abundant tunicates (sea squirts), bryazoans and anenomes. You will see decorator crabs and blue swimmer crabs scurrying along the bottom and if you are lucky you might sight a sea horse or nudibranch. 
Under the jetty there is a sandy bottom with some areas covered in sea grass beds. Traditionally, better visibility in winter months when wind is off shore.

Hazards:
Poor visibility in summer months with northerly winds. Beware of fishing lines.

Meet in the car park near the jetty.

Port Noarlunga Jetty
Sunday 25th July 2021
8:00 am

Dive Description:
Port Noarlunga reef runs north south parallel to the coast and is at right-angles to the jetty. The jetty extends almost to the reef and has easy entry by ramp to the water. Diving isgood on both sides of the reef which is exposed at low water. There is a marine trail to follow along the reef to the gap. Many species of fish such as bulleyes, boarfish, leatherjackets, old wives, sweep, catfish and occasional Pt Jackson shark can be seen along with a myriad of flora. The reef is renown for both day and night diving.

Hazards:
Care is necessary in the surge washing over the reef.

Meet in the car park near the jetty.

Ardrossan Jetty
Sunday 8th August 2021
10:00 am

Dive Description:
Shallow dive and good for beginners with rubble mounds and an array of life. Timber piles under the jetty have interesting growth with abundant tunicates (sea squirts), bryazoans and anenomes. You will see decorator crabs and blue swimmer crabs scurrying along the bottom and if you are lucky you might sight a sea horse or nudibranch. 
Under the jetty there is a sandy bottom with some areas covered in sea grass beds. Traditionally, better visibility in winter months when wind is off shore.

Hazards:
Poor visibility in summer months with northerly winds. Beware of fishing lines.

Meet in the car park near the jetty.

Dive Bookings

Weekend dives should be booked by the Thursday evening prior to the dive.

Mid week dive’s should be booked by the Saturday evening prior to the dive if possible.

Dives may be booked by sending an email to the dive leader using the email link below.

To assist us with your booking please provide the following information –

  • What dive are you booking in for
  • How many divers
  • How many non divers
  • Correct email address and phone numbers so that we may contact you if required
  • Any other information you feel is necessary

Send Email To: diveleader@uecofsa.org.au