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Scuba Diving Gold Coast, Queensland

The Gold Coast city is among the leading tourist areas in Queensland, Australia. Known as the seventh most populated city in the country, Gold Coast is well-acclaimed for its sunny subtropical climate, expansive canal and waterway systems, wide selections of tourist attractions, and famous beaches for surfing and diving. The whole city has 57 kilometres of coastline, including some of the popular diving and surfing areas in Australia such as The Spit, Surfers Paradise, Bilinga, and Palm Beach. Notable inland beaches that are famous among tourists are the Southport, Marine Stadium, Santa Barbara, and Boykambil.

Another superb diving spot in Gold Coast Queensland is Palm Beach reef. Divers in all skill levels love to explore the famed diving area's large reef sections, with rocky outcrops and enormous bommies adorned with a variety of sponges and soft corals. With reef tops rising five meters below the surface, Palm Beach reef's marine life consists of Leopard Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Whaler, and Stingrays. Friendly underwater creatures include the Parrotfish, the Blue Wrasse, and varied large schools of reef fish.

In addition, the Scottish Prince wreck is also one of the must-see dive sites in Gold Coast. The wreck is a 64 meters long, composed of three steel-masted iron barques that sank while sailing from Scotland to Brisbane, carrying assorted cargo boxes of whiskey and linen. Today, the wreck, which is under the protection of the Commonwealth Historic Shipwreck Act, is covered with sponges and soft corals. It is also a haven for Sholvelnose Rays, Crayfish, Wobbegong Sharks, and other tropical fish, making it the perfect spot for wreck diving.

Aside from diving exploration activities, Queensland's Gold Coast city also prides itself of its hinterland area, which provides miles of exciting walking tracks alongside mountain villages. The city also has eventful nature reserves and theme parks for tourists who prefer inland activities. Visitors can also explore the city's famed sanctuary sites, particularly the Currmbin Sanctuary. With such superb vacation offerings and excellent diving sites to visit, Gold Coast is indeed one of the best cities that tourists and divers should visit in Queensland, Australia.

Dive Sites

Dive Site: NINE MILE REEF, Known as "sharky" spot by the local fisherman and considered the ultimate feel good dive site in the Gold Coast
Depth: 10-30 metres
Suited For: Intermediate
Terrain: Rocky reef
Marine life: Grey Nurse sharks, turtles, stingrays, manta ray, blind sharks, bronze whaler, leopard shark, hammerhead shark
Rating: *** 1/2
Getting there: Reached by boat and is about 40 minutes from the beaches.

Dive Site: COOK ISLAND, considered the most popular dive site on the Gold Coast
Depth: 10-20 metres
Suited For: Beginners - Advanced
Terrain: Hard soft corals,
Marine life: Turtles, wobbegongs, leopard sharks, nurse sharks, puffer fish, grouper, blind shark
Rating: ****
Getting there: Reached by boat and is about 40 minutes from the beaches.

 
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