South Australia

Although South Australia is the most arid state in the country, it is blessed with an abundance of glorious marine life. A naturalists wonderland, S.A boasts a good number of marine parks and reserves to protect it’s awesome aquatic flora and fauna. WIth such a diversity of diving on offer, here is where divers will encounter the imposing Great White Sharks at Port Lincoln with plenty of cage diving opportunities. Giant Cuttlefishes and Big Bellies seahorses also inhabit this region. South Australia is also home to the Leafy Seadragon – with an plethora found on Kangaroo Island, Spider Crabs, Moon Jellyfish, Seals and Dolphins are also in abundance . South Australia is also well known for it’s gorgeous freshwater dive sites featuring limestone cave diving at Piccanninie Ponds and Ewen Ponds. There are more than 700 shipwrecks along S.A’s coastline including the jewel in the crown the ex HMAS Hobart which is scuttled navel destroyer sunken just an our south of the state’s capital city, Adelaide.

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