Along with regular boat dives, AUSC regularly organises dive trips and weekends away throughout the year, so you can experience the best of South Australian diving
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Coobowie, Yorke Peninsula
The club conducts regular trips to Coobowie throughout the year including over New Years & Easter. The Research Station is situated about a 5 minute drive to the famous Edithburgh Jetty, while also offering proximity to other dive sites along the peninsula.
The research station resembles a large shack, with kitchen, lounge (couches and a fire), shower facilities and a lab area. The station has a large sleeping hall containing 12 bunk beds, a large common room with couches and a dining table, kitchen, outdoor bathroom and laboratory.
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If you are planning on coming to Coboowie, we have prepared a trip guide to tell you what to bring & what to expect
Whyalla, Eyre Peninsula
Every year between the months of May and September, thousands of Giant Australian Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) descend on the rocky coastline between Fitzgerald Bay and False Bay. These amazing ‘chameleons of the sea’ are one of the largest species of cuttlefish found in the world; and can reach up to 60 cm in length and can weigh up to 5 kg.
The Club tends to stay at the Point Lowly Lighthouse cottages, and subject to availability, try to stay during the June long weekend.
If you are planning on coming to Whyalla, we have prepared a trip guide to tell you what to bring & what to expect