Scuba Diving in New South Wales supports the livelihood of many locals.
With several marine parks and reserves our precious underwater flora and fauna are protected from the pollution that besets so many of the world’s waterways.
When you go Scuba diving in New South Wales you’ll find the conditions are usually moderate, depending on the weather, and visibility under water is generally very good.
A fascinating collection of marine species including turtles, lion fish, endangered sharks, moray eels, sea urchins, and rare black coral gardens will be found on the many natural and manmade reefs in this area.
It is also in New South Wales where you will find one of the best scuba diving sites in the entire world, The Pinnacles.
If you have never seen a Grey Nurse shark before, then The Pinnacles is definitely a scuba diving site you shouldn’t miss.
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