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Diving in Noosa

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When to go to Noosa

Noosa has a subtropical climate and year-round diving. The low water temperature in winter is 18C/64F, while the water is 27C/81F in summer. The average air temperature is 24-26C/75-79F during the summer, and 16-20C/61-68F in winter. November to February is the time with the most rain. What to see Noosa provides a diving experience full of tropical fish, colorful anemones, starfish, nudibranchs, and cowries. The largest species at this destination include bottom-dwelling reef sharks, sea turtles, grouper, Spanish dancers, and batfish.

Scuba diving in Noosa

Noosa is located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and serves as an exotic relaxing destination and international resort area. It offers numerous opportunities like surfing, hiking in Noosa National Park, and embracing nature with koalas and various bird species. Noosa is also a great diving place for divers of all levels. Even non-certified divers can enjoy shark diving at this destination. The waters around here are known for a beautiful reef, interesting underwater formations, caves, an enormous wreck, coral gardens, swim-throughs, and overhangs. The dive site’s depth varies between 8-35m/26-115ft, while the visibility averages 15-20m/49-66ft. The currents range from 0-3 knots. Most popular dive sites Jew Shoal is one of the most popular dive sites at Noosa that attracts divers with its canyons, ridges, a separate 11m/36ft-pinnacle, and large bommies. Another famous spot is the HMAS Brisbane wreck, a huge sunken vessel only 18m/59ft down. Other exciting dive sites at Noosa are Wolf Rock and Inner Gneerings.