We run daily Dive charters to the HMAS Swan, Busselton Jetty and local Reefs.
Our half-day double dive trips depart at daily at 9:00am from our the Pro Fisherman Boat ramp at Quindallup, opposite McDermott Street. We recommend that you check in at least 45 minutes before departure. There we'll set up our gear load it onto our ute then head off to the beach.
Most of our dive sites are only a quick 20 minute boat ride away, so you'll be in the water in no time. This also gives you plenty of time to gear up and be the frst in the water.
All double tank dives include tea, coffee, soup & water with a light snack in between dives.
For divers who prefer to travel light, we have a wide range of Scubapro hire gear to choose from.
WE HAVE CHARTERS FOR DIVERS AND FAMILY GROUPS
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The Swan Wreck is otherwise affectionately known as 'Fluffy Duck' and was a Royal Australian Navy River Class Destroyer Escort, which is now the home of hundreds of fish species and a mecca for scuba divers to explore.
The Swan was scuttled for diving in 1997 and as an artificial reef system and is a perfect training ground for all levels for divers. The Swan is also a fantastic site for technical diver wanting to explore all the wreck has to offer as well as honing their training & skills.
The former HMAS Swan, a 113 metre long x 12.5 meter wide and 23 meter high is a decommissioned naval destroyer. Which now inhabits an abundance of marine life from large schools of Bulls Eye's that engulf the many rooms, King George whiting and brim swimming around the hull. The inquisitive Samson fish gives divers an added bonus when looking around the wreck, along with blue devil fish and sweep. The list is simply endless.
The swan is set up for novice and experienced divers, with dives available year round, subject to weather conditions. The best time of year to dive the HMAS Swan is between September to June.
The FV Lena Dive Wreck is a purpose sunk dive wreck, scuttled in 2003 in 18 metres of water just 3 miles off Bunbury’s “back beach”, at the north end of Geographe Bay. It takes us just 30 minutes to reach the dive site.
She is a Russian built fishing boat measuring 55m in length , resting on a sandy bottom, the wheel house sits in around 9 metres. She was fishing illegally in Australian Territorial waters down in the Antarctic where she was apprehended & escorted to Fremantle before being towed to Bunbury for preparation for “scuttling”.
The Lena has numerous access holes cut through her steel hull, making her the ideal wreck site for recreational diving. You only require Open Water Dive Certification to dive the wreck.
The heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Extending 1.8 kilometers over the protected waters of Geographe Bay it is a must see for any diver visiting to the South West Region.
As one of Australia’s greatest artificial reef, the Busselton Jetty inhabits more than 300 individual marine species, from vividly coloured tropical and sub tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates.
With a depth of only 8 meters you will witness a vibrant abundance of colour all around, as you navigate your way around the many pylons.
4 MILE REEF
4 Mile Reef is a stretch of Lime stone that runs from Cape Naturaliste to Bunbury which is host to numerous dive sites with something unique at each. With depth up to 18 meters and a mix of soft and hard corals, with a wide variety of marine life including Cuttlefish, Angle Sharks, and Nudibranchs this dive will please all, as the beautiful lime stone wall offers something for everyone.
We offer other specailty charters upon request so come find something new with us today.
WRIGHTS BANK Spectacular Boat Dive on low swell. Experiences Divers Only. Depth 14m - 42m. Lots Peaks Valleys, overhangs and ledges with lots of big fish and jumbo crayfish.
INDICATORS Great dive if swell is down and just one 1km from Canal Rocks Boat Ramp. In depths 7m - 30m it is great west coast diving with a huge array of fish and marine life.
EAGLE BAY BOMMIE Shore Dive in Eagle Bay. An easy Dive for all Dive Levels. Depth ranges from 4m - 9m and consists of a large Coral bommie with a large variety of marine life and nudibranchs.
HONEYCOMBS Great Shore dive from canal rocks. Great for a Night dive as well. Depth 4m - 8m and has lots of overhangs and swim troughs with schooling fish.
We run daily Whale Watching Charters around Cape Naturaliste.
We depart at daily at 10:30am and 2:30 from our from the beach at Quindalup. With a quick 20 minute boat ride we'll have you be seeing all the action of the mighty Humpback whales as they pass by Cape Naturaliste as past of there yearly migration. We will get you as close as we can, so you can get those incredible photos of the giants of the sea to show off to your friends & family.
Make sure you bring a towel as you may get a friendly splash from these beautiful creatures.
We run daily Eco Adventure Tours around the crystal blue waters of Cape Naturaliste.
We depart daily at 10:30am and 2:30 from the beach at Quindalup. Once you jump on our fast boat we'll have your crusing around the cape learning local stories and indigenous culture. All the while seeing dolphins, albatross and seals at play. While out there we will kit you up and find a great place to have your own snorkle adventure if you with.
This is the perect way to get out in the bay with family & friends
Our Eco Adventure charters include tea, coffee, juice & water and a light local snack. We supply you the snorkling gear so you just need to bring the towel.