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 7th and 8th Reefs

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Latitude: 34° 4.074' S
Longitude: 151° 9.769' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

English (Translate this text in English): Go to Oak Park dive site. Enter at usual spot and 'swim for all your worth'. No you need to follow the reef outline to the 4 and 5 reefs and then connect the dots on the sea floor till you get to the outer reefs 7 and 8. This is a long slow dive. You will need a 100cft tank or twins (you want to be doing at least 90minutes + on this dive to cover all the area sufficiently) and or a scooter to do this dive effectively. DI can provide dive maps on request via email below. There is also a good 'Google Maps' photo that shows a poor outline of the reefs which I think is list here or on the 4th & 5th reefs dive site page.

The maximum depth listed below will only be achieved at the extremity of the dive length and on a correspondingly high tide of 2+m.

How? By boat & from shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Max depth 24 m / 78.7 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

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

- Marine biology

Dangers

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English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

English (Translate this text in English): Only seriously consider this dive when the conditions are perfect. Otherwise the dive will be long and arduous one when you have to contending with: significant surge, low visibility, poor navigational capability, etcetera. Dangers include: overhead boating; distance from shore if surfacing, running out of air, or completing an emergency ascent; loss of direction due to similar or unfamiliar terrain; lost track of time and tank pressure resulting in a low air situation a long way from shore. Shark contact-low. Note: maximum depth is only achievable on a high tide.

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