NAVY PIER

Australie, Western Australia

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11-10-2017

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15 m Visibility
20 °C - 10 m

The world-famous Navy Pier is one of Australia's ten most beautiful dive sites and therefore one of the most beautiful diving locations in the world. The pier is 300 meter long and is still in active use. From time to time, naval ships are still moored. Diving on your owns is therefore impossible. Book a dive through a certified diving school. Paid diving.

Particulars

Enter the water of Navy Pier from the shore. Prepare for a spectacular dive between the structures of the pier. You've never seen as much life as here. Hardly anyone comes here and no fishing is allowed. Nurse sharks, emperor fish, moray eels, fusiliers, groupers and parrotfish live here undisturbed among the coral that grows on the pillars. Fascinating dive site.

Warnings

Diving on your own is impossible at the Navy Pier. Only licensed certified diving schools can dive at the Navy Pier. The site has limited visibility, strong currents and is subject to tide.

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NAVY PIER Features

Nicknames
Point Murat Navy Pier
Address
Exmouth and Ningaloo, Australia
Parking
Sufficient parking
Distance
100 m.
Suitable for
Advanced divers
Permit
T.n.v. / AN
Access
Paid diving
Facilities
None
Water
Salt
Kind of dive
Shore dive
Current
Strong
Visibility
7 - 12 m.
Average visibility
9 m.
Depth
14 m.
Bottom
zand
Life
Scorpionfish, angelfish, fusilier, grouper, moray, nudibranch, nurse shark, parrotfish, schoolmaster snapper, butterfly fish (eastside)
Other recreation
None

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