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 4th-5th Reefs

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 34° 4.131' S
Longitude: 151° 9.682' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically, best done as a boat dive but can be reached by experienced shore divers. Access can be gained by Jibbon Street Cronulla, at Oak Park.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Oak park

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 17 m / 55.8 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS *** / Rescue

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Orientation

Dangers

- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

English (Translate this text in English): Once you have swam past the 1st. reef at Oak Park, follow underwater reef system out to the east. oYu will need to keep following the edge of the reefs system in a 'northerly then east then northerly then east pattern' occasionally crossing some sand to reach other reefs. The further you go the better the vis and biota. Most divers don't follow these walls and hence don't impact on the area.

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4th-5th Reefs
By gbsailing
Jun 5, 2015
3rd reef - Good dive with Mark Lancaster today.  Tried to go to the 4th and 5th reefs but my back was hurting from strain, so I pulled the pin on doing that dive. Had an enjoyable swim back to the 1st reef and finding the 'Excalibur' sword on the o
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