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 Lawrence Rocks Bay

Australia, VIC, Portland

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 38° 24.51' S
Longitude: 141° 40.15' E

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 Access

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

English (Translate this text in English): Access to Lawrence Rocks is via boat from Portland. Charters can be arranged but small groups would really need their own boat. Lawrence Rocks is very weather dependant especially on the west side as the swell usually comes from the SW. When the conditions are right you can anchor in the small bay area on the SW corner.

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 25 m / 82 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wall
- Deep
- Sharks
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

English (Translate this text in English): As mentioned this is a very weather dependant site. Although current is not a problem, surge can be. This bay area is definately the best dive at Lawrence Rocks. Due to normally being pounded by the southern ocean there is far less kelp and a very rugged terrain. The best spot to find crays and abalone (In season, with a fishing licence and obey all size and catch limits). If you follow the wall south there is an awesome wall covered in brilliant sponges and jewel anenomies. Viz is very variable but usually if the weather is calm enough to dive this side it can be quite good and at +20m.

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