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Scuba Diving Victoria State has  some of the best diving in Australia in temperate waters .

You can dive 5 'J' Class Submarines WW1 built in UK, still intact, scuttled, starting at 26mtrs and over 70 wrecks, many still intact at depths starting at 12 meters.

At 15 meters is the William Salthouse sunk in late 1800's believed to be the first wreck in the bay discovered in the late 1970's - it still has barrels of salt pork intact on site and barrels of Port, although no one has actually tasted it, this is a permit dive.

There are still have over 70 wrecks unexplored..

The area is renowned for wall dives that drop from 12 meters to 110 meters, covered in soft and hard coral. Australasia's smallest Marine Park, Popes Eye is situated in Victoria, where you can hand feed and interact many of our varieties of fish life and watch resident seals.

Site Info.As you browse through my site you’ll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to Victoria State.


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Getting ThereMelbourne's airport services both domestic and international flights. While plenty of international airlines have direct flights into Melbourne, many flights still stop off in Sydney. Domestic flights run between Melbourne and all Australian capital cities, as well as to many regional centres and a few towns in Victoria.



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