Spectacular above and breathtakingly beautiful below, the park has some of the most unique underwater scenery in the world making it a must for diving …
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Snorkelling and diving
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Spectacular above and breathtakingly beautiful below, the park has some of the most unique underwater scenery in the world making it a must for diving and snorkelling.
The powerful swell of the Southern Ocean has created awesome sub-tidal canyons, arches, cliffs and walls lined with an amazing diversity of invertebrates and sponge gardens in which colourful seastars can be found.
There are also a number of historic shipwrecks including Victoria's worst shipping disaster - the loss of the Loch Ard in 1878.
Conditions for scuba diving vary enormously and depend very much on swell and weather conditions. Diving in these areas should only be attempted by qualified divers with extensive local knowledge or with a an experience guide.
Local dive shops and dive operators can provide opportunities to dive at the best sites and wrecks.
09 May 2013
About 120,000 birds arrived at Victorian wetlands during early spring from as far afield as Siberia and Japan. More than 30,000 of them take up residence in the Port Phillip areas of Cheetham Wetlands, Werribee, Swan Bay, Edwards Point and Mud Island. The birds rest and feed during the Northern hemisphere winter, …