Rickett’s Point Marine Sanctuary

Located just 40 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and in easy reach of the south eastern suburbs, Rickett’s Point Marine Sanctuary offers sensational snorkelling at a range of depths for people

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Waratah Bay

Waratah Bay, a small coastal town in South Gippsland two and a half hours’ drive southeast of Melbourne, is not a common snorkelling spot. So, who knew that hidden under

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Situated on the ocean side of Phillip Island, this secretive splash spot is directly adjacent to the world-famous Phillip Island Penguin Parade. With more accidental visitors (lost tourists seeking penguins)

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Glaneuse Reef in Point Lonsdale is an exquisite site situated approximately 1.5 hours from Melbourne and is home to some of the best rockpools along the southwestern coastline. The reef

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Flinders Pier is an iconic Victorian dive site. Lush fields of seagrass provide a home to a variety of fauna, including the stunning Weedy Sea Dragon. Just over an hour’s

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Black Rock Jetty and its surrounding rocky reefs and lush seagrass beds provide great snorkel spots, while also offering fantastic views of the sunken HMVS Cerberus. Only a short drive

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A favourite among locals, this busy marina offers protected snorkeling and diving amidst an exquisite gallery of colourful sponges. The Blairgowrie Pier and Marina is a bayside snorkeling and dive

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Strong currents make Diamond Bay unadvisable for beginners, but for experienced divers Diamond Bay provides an exciting underwater playground. Review Located about an hour and half out of Melbourne on

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Easy accessibility and a high diversity of marine life has made Portsea pier one of the most popular dive spots around Melbourne, particularly for beginners. An hour and a half

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