Geoff’s Hole

Geoff’s Hole
Discovered and named after one of the great local diving identities this dive site is close inshore to point Nepean and can only be dived when there is no current otherwise known as slack water. The shallowest section runs southwest to northeast with the deeper section to the southeast. There have been reports that the wreck of a couta boat can be seen in this area. But with sand movement it may be covered up. Will you see the wreck? This is a great deep dive for an advanced or deep course and makes a nice change to Portsea hole. A great dive to do during strong southerlies, as this area is quite sheltered
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