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 Container Wall Botany Bay

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 33° 58.835' S
Longitud: 151° 12.973' E

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English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Put your boat in at Foreshore Road Boat Ramp, located on Foreshore rd, Port Botany. Its a big boat ramp area with plenty of parking.
Its only a short 5min boat ride, you will head out with a aeroplane run way on your right and you will see the big container ships getting loaded up on your left.
Once you get past the container ships head towards your left and go around the point at Molineaux Point Lookout.
You can anchor up anywhere along the big concrete block wall, we usually throw the anchor out about 20m before the wall ends.

I haven't dived this site from shore but if doing a shore dive caution needs to be taken when climbing down the concrete blocks to get to the water.

¿Como? En barco o partir de la costa

Distancia Trayecto de barco corto (< 10min)

¿Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

 Características del sitio de buceo

Profundidad media 6.8 m / 22.3 ft

Profundidad máxima 9.9 m / 32.5 ft

Corriente Débil ( < 1 nudo)

Visibilidad Buena ( 10 - 30 m)

Calidad

Calidad del sitio Bueno

Experiencia Para todos niveles

Bio interés Interesante

Más detalles

Multitud entre semana 

Multitud en fin/semana 

Tipo de buceo

- Muro
- Cueva
- Grandes peces

Actividades del sitio de buceo

- Biologia marina
- Fotografía
- Buceo adaptado

Peligros

- Tráfico de barcos

 Información adicional

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This dive site is a man made wall which was created when they made Botany Bay the new port for container ships. The wall is made up of many large concrete blocks of diff shapes which are randomly placed along the waters edge, these blocks create a wall of many many crevices and big cave like holes with a lot of spots where you can actually enter into one hole and exit out of another. Its a really interesting shallow dive and something a little bit different to what we all usually dive.
A lot of fish life live amongst these big blocks and its not unusual to see very large species of fish.

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