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The RMS (Royal Mail Steamer) Orizaba sank on the Five Fathom Bank just...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Australia > RMS Orizaba > The RMS (Royal Mail Steamer) O > [View]

The RMS (Royal Mail Steamer) Orizaba sank on the Five Fathom Bank just off Rockingham at the turn of the century. It is now well broken up but there are still massive sections of the vessel to explore. As the wreck is well broken up you need to be careful of sharp metal, the area is also prone to surge as it lies in open ocean. Don't forget to take a look at the reef as well since it is beautiful. The best time to dive here is when there is a small swell and little wind.

Australia > North Mole > The North Mole (wall of Freman > [View]

The North Mole (wall of Fremantle Harbour) is not a physically easy dive as it involves a bit of mountaineering with a scuba unit on your back. It is however a reasonable dive if your body can stand up to the punishment. As well as the life that you will find in amongst the large rocks that make up the harbour wall there is the wreck of the Garrunup which can be found by swimming due North for 75 meters from the disabled fishing ramp. There is easy parking at the top of the harbour wall. Visibility varies a lot from 2m to about 10, the swell is the main factor affecting vis here. Be careful about falling down the rocks, boats and fisherman and their lines.

Australia > Lady Elizabeth > If you have ever wanted to div > [View]

If you have ever wanted to dive in an aquarium, this is the dive site for you. The wreck of the Lady Elizabeth occurred at the turn of the century and is now protected by the Historic shipwrecks act. As well as the wreck itself you will find many small fish at this very protected and pleasant dive site. The visibility at this site is normally great, well in excess of 20m.