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Diving in Brisbane

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When to go to Brisbane

The climate is subtropical with hot and humid summers and dry and moderately warm winters. From November to March thunderstorms are common with torrential rains and destructive winds. The average air temperature in January ranges between 22C/72F and 30C/86F and between 10C/50F and 22C/72F in July. The water stays quite warm throughout the year and visibility can reach 40m/131ft in the winter.


What to see

Manta Rays, wobbegong, leopard shark, turtles, whaler shark, shovel nosed rays, bull rays and eagle rays can be seen in the local waters. From June to September humpback whales sometimes can be spotted jumping out of the water. 

Scuba diving in Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital of the Australian state of Queensland. Brisbane International Airport is located here. It is the third most populous city in Australia. It's a great tourist destination featuring some interesting galleries, museums, restaurants as well as original music scene. Brisbane is a metropolitan city full of exciting things to discover. The city is located on the South Pacific Ocean. Brisbane scuba diving is varied and offers many sites to explore. There are 6 great wreck dives, over 10 reef dives, a couple of shore dives and a few interesting deep dives. Most dives can be done by boat. Divers who prefer shore dives can go to Tweed River, where they can observe octopuses, turtles and rays. Tweed River is also a good place for night diving. The reefs around Brisbane are home to over 175 different species of fish and corals. There are a lot of dive sites, which are suitable for novice and experienced divers.


Most popular dive sites

The most popular are HMAS Brisbane, Boat Rock, Curtin Wrecks, Manta Ray Bommie, Flat Rock, Wolf Rock, Cementco and Tangalooma Wrecks. The most popular scuba dive site is Flat Rock. The average depth of this site is 25m/82ft and the maximum depth is 35m/115ft. It features a natural rocky floor covered with diverse range of corals and teeming with fish. Tiny clown fish and grey nurse sharks can be seen there. Also, there are crevices and small caves with plenty of macro life to explore. It is a good site for night diving and underwater photography.