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The Southern half of the Sydney area is rich in bushland and unspoiled coast and begins on the southern shores of Botany Bay extending to Kurnell and the Botany Bay National Park

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St George Underwater Centre

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based in Carlton, NSW, Australia
St George Underwater Centre is one of Sydney's oldest diving facilities, having been established for over 60 years.
Snorkel Safari Beverly Hills

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based in Beverly Hills, NSW, Australia
Specialising in retail sales, dive travel, diver training up to instructor level, scuba gear hire.
Expedition Dive

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based in Kogarah, NSW, Australia
Dive Club, Scuba Certification, PADI licence, Boat & Shore Diving, , Dive Travel, ‎Boat trips, Scuba gear, Equipment rental, Group packages
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Australia Day 2005Australia Day 2005
It seemed appropriate that we go diving at Kurnell on Australia Day.....
Seaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugsSeaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugs
In this article I will introduce you to the next two in hierarchical sequence. Seaslugs are indeed fascinating creatures and are a favorite for many photographers. They do not move about very quickly at all, which is a characteristic that makes them easy subjects to shoot. Often it is not the case of 'the one that got away', but the case of 'Oh no! I have run out of film again!'.
Introductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the MalabarIntroductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the Malabar
Around 7:00am on Thursday, April 2, 1931, a dense fog suddenly rolled into Long Bay, obscuring the northern headland. On the bridge of MV Malabar, en-route from Melbourne to Sydney, Captain George Leslie recognised the danger and ordered 5 degrees rudder to steer the ship seaward to pass further offshore than his original plan of half a mile.
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