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Underwater Photo Location: Navy Pier at Exmouth

Underwater Photo Location: Navy Pier at Exmouth

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The Navy Pier at Exmouth is a must if you can only do a day or two. The only company with a licence for it is the one opposite the Tourist info office in Exmouth. I was a bit suspicious when they said that a pier dive was one of the best in Oz but it is a mindblow. Only 10-12m or so but more fish than I imagined possible, sharks, huge groupers, wobbegongs and dense packed shoals of many species.

UPDATE
Kristin Anderson reports the Navy Pier at Exmouth has been closed to divers since 01 August 2006 and there are no plans to reopen it in the near future. We are hopeful that the Pier will be re-opened at some stage, but there's no information on that yet. Currently they are doing maintenance so it will likely be at least several more months before any decisions are even considered.
Facts about Navy Pier at Exmouth
  • It is in Australia
  • Navy Pier at Exmouth is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shore

Marine Life
bigsmall

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Dave Hunt
Young whale shark - 4-5 meters on Ningaloo Reef. Canon digital Rebel, 10-22mm wide angle at 17mm, no strobes, f7.1, iso200, 1/100th, Sea & Sea housing.

by Rob De Vries
Queensland Toadfish, taken with my FujiS2pro, 60 mm lence. Navy Pear, Exmouth, Australia

by Paul Markey
Navy Pier Silhouette

by Violeta Jahnel
BFG " Big Friendly Grouper" Navy Pier-Exmouth Gulf WA Australia

by Adam Walton
Taken after an afternoon dive on the navy pier at Exmouth, Western Australia
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