Dive Tasmania - 8th to 12th February 2022
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DIVE THE APPLE ISLE, TASMANIA
Join us for an epic adventure exploring Tasmania, above and below.
Temperate waters beckon with kelp forests, sponge gardens, seals and more off the apple isle. And did we mention the craft beer?
With more than 4,850 km of coastline and 45,000 ha of marine reserves, the clear coastal waters of Tasmania offer some of the best temperate diving in the world.
The Tasmanian peninsula has a large number of enormous sea caverns, tunnels and canyons, particularly in the Waterfall Bay area, where the caverns are easily accessible even for novice divers. Cathedral Cave is the largest sea cave system in Australia, with a massive entrance extending back into smaller caverns and narrow tunnels. As you can imagine, this cave offers spectacular diving from a photographer’s point of view.
Dive the spectacular and magical sponge gardens.
The deep water (over 25m depth) sponge gardens found on the rock walls and pinnacles around both Peninsulas are very diverse and make fantastic dives.
These walls feature brightly coloured sponges, soft corals and fields of sea whips. Being surrounded by huge schools of fish – mostly Butterfly Perches – is common in those locations.
Diving these sites at any depth provides excellent photographic opportunities and is always unforgettable.
Arrive in Hobart - check in to your hotel before venturing to the top of Mt Wellington to see the sunset over the city of Hobart
Double boat dive – See the interesting and spectacular sights Tasmania’s diving has to offer. Enjoy a meal at the Cascade Brewery.
Double boat dive
Venture out and explore some of Hobart's fascinating attractions
Enjoy Salamanca markets and Hobart Harbour on a Saturday morning before flying home
5 days / 4 nights
Flights ex Canberra to Hobart, return
4 dives out of Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania
- Based on twin share accommodation