Next Dive and Club meeting
The Gordon's Bay Scuba Diving Club is located between Clovelly and Coogee in Sydney's eastern suburbs. The Gordon's Bay Scuba Diving Club was established in 1990 and our main activity is the care and maintenance of the Gordon's Bay Underwater Nature Trail. This 500m long underwater trail winds its way around the bay past rocky reefs, sandflats and kelp forests. By following the trail scuba divers get a tour of some of the Bay's outstanding flora and fauna.
Gordon's Bay is home to a huge diversity of marine life. Blue gropers, weedfish, seadragons, wobbegongs and port jackson sharks are all commonly seen at various times during the year.
There is also thousands of species of marine invertebrates animals including giant cuttlefish, sea slugs, anemones, seastars and sea urchins.
Check out the website of member Richard Vevers for yarn or two about the fantastic wildlife existing beneath the waves.
The club dives once a month, usually on the second Sunday of the month, at 9am. Club members also organise adhoc dives at other times. Also, check out the new Gordons Bay Trail Diver specialty course.
Meetings are usually held after the monthly club dive at SPECC café, Clovelly Rd, around 10:30 am.