Troubridge Point

Location: Troubridge Hill, Edithburgh
State: SA
Diver Qualification: Open Water
Average Depth: 8mtrs
Max Depth: 12mtrs
Average Visibility: 15mtrs
Access Type: BOAT/SHORE
Directions: Just out of Edithburgh, go to the Troubridge Hill Lighthouse, and climb down the cliffs, to the water. If in the boat, any of the cliffs around the lighthouse are worth diving on.
Description: A huge reef system, that covers a couple of kilometres of shoreline, with Huge swimthru's, bommies, chasms, pinnacles, etc.

Fishlife is amazing, with crayfish being plentiful, as well as blue devils, magpie perch, grouper, and lots of other species.

Because its around the corner from Edithburgh, it can be quite susceptible to swells, when they're running.

On its day, the viz is sensational, but on a rough day, when the swell is running, you'd be lucky to see your hand in front of your face, and the surge is unbelievable.

The best thing, is it only takes a day to clear up the water. Just around the corner from the lighthouse, is a brilliant drift dive, and 1km out from it, the famous wreck of the Clan Ranald.