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Archive for March 2020

Is this the end??? Perth Scuba’s final club dive at North Mole Fremantle

Is this the end??? Perth Scuba’s final club dive at North Mole Fremantle

Wednesday 25 March 2020

#keepyourdistance

We took the club dive to North Mole Fremantle. With the chance of it being one of the last club dives for some time we wanted to make it a good one.At the site we had 6 keen divers ready […]

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Outdoor activities are good for physical and mental health.

Outdoor activities are good for physical and mental health.

Good for your mental & physical health

The outdoors is still open to most of the WA population, and many outdoor activities can be undertaken while maintaining the recommended social distancing. We can still go for a bushwalk or a bike ride, and we can still visit marine […]

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COVID-19 Response

In light of all that’s happening with COVID-19, we wanted to send a quick note to update you on Perth Scuba’s approach.

First, we hope you are all well. There’s no two ways about it – this is a tough period and we’d like to send you a huge thank you for your support and trust, it’s very […]

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Rockingham Wreck Trail

Rockingham Wreck Trail

Wednesday 11 March 2020

Scorpion fish by Martin Crossley

Reports of jellyfish were featuring strongly in the weekend dive reports, but after canoeing in the river they were clearly everywhere, so the choice was simply which sea site with a strong southerly. Now, the North Mole is without doubt a great dive site in such […]

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North Mole Fremantle night dive

North Mole Fremantle night dive

Wednesday 4 March 2020

This Wednesday night, with the southerly winds, we took the club dive to North Mole Fremantle. With 8 of us ready to check out the wreck we made our way down the rocks and got in the water.As soon as we dropped down we spotted a little Port Jackson, […]

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Diving the wreck of the Key Biscayne

Diving the wreck of the Key Biscayne

Lancelin, Western Australia

The date is Friday the 1st of September 1983. Rough seas and an 8 metre swell off the coast of Lancelin and 100km/h winds are buffeting the Key Biscayne, a jack up oil rig, which is being towed by two offshore supply vessels, the Lady Sonia and […]

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Evening of diving at Ammo Jetty

Evening of diving at Ammo Jetty

Wednesday 26 February 2020

This Wednesday night we took the night dive to Ammo Jetty. With all the thunder storms I noticed a nice gap in the weather with great conditions so we took the gamble. With 5 dedicated divers at the site we kitted up and headed down to check out […]

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