Wreck Site Dive Directory - New South Wales

Australia may only have a short history of just over 200 years, but in that time hundreds of ships have been lost around the entire circumference of its shores. Many vessels of all shapes and sizes have been lost, some are nothing but rusting scattered piles of metal, others are remarkably completely intact.

Not all ships went down by accident, we also have many wrecks that have been scuttled for various purposes and today, now have created great dive sites.

Wreck diving in New South Wales has a rich and varied selection of wreck dives to suit any level of diving, from open water to extreme deep diving levels of experience, New South Wales has it all.

If you are into BIG wrecks, then you will want to book a dive or two on the Ex HMAS Adelaide which was scuttled in 2011 on the Central Coast of New South Wales, about 90 minutes or so north of Sydney.

Have a look through the wrecks listed below, you can sort them by their various headings, to view the wreck details, click on it's name. 


Name Location State Average Depth
S.S. Alberta Kingscliff / Tweed Heads NSW 10mtrs
Henry Bolte Eden NSW 15mtrs
Centurion Sydney Harbour NSW 18mtrs
Tasman Hauler Eden NSW 19mtrs
Duckenfield Narrabeen Sydney NSW 24mtrs
SS Oakland Nelson Bay NSW 25mtrs
Valiant Palm Beach NSW 26mtrs
Royal Shepherd Sydney Harbour NSW 27mtrs
Bombo Wollongong NSW 30mtrs
Lady Darling Off Mystery Bay, Narooma NSW 30mtrs
Titan Laurieton NSW 30mtrs
Hallcaine Broken Bay. S/E of Cape Three Points. NSW 43mtrs
Narong Norah Head NSW 43mtrs
Annie M. Miller Diamond Bay Sydney NSW 43mtrs
Meggol Narrabeen Sydney NSW 43mtrs
Bellubera Narrabeen Sydney NSW 44mtrs
Coolooli Narrabeen Sydney NSW 45mtrs
Dee Why Ferry Long Reef NSW 45mtrs
Trio Mona Vale Sydney NSW 45mtrs
Tuggerah Off Marley Beach, Royal National Park NSW 46mtrs
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