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 Oak Park

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 34° 4.21' S
Longitude: 151° 9.439' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

English (Translate this text in English): Located almost at the end of the Cronulla Peninsula on the southern outskirts of Sydney. Enter at the back of the Pool at the end of Jibbon Street.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10.0 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 17.0 m / 55.8 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wall
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Photography

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English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

English (Translate this text in English): Oak Park is one of the most popular dive sites on the Cronulla Peninsula. It's also a great site for night dive. The 1st reef at Oak has some interesting features. There is an old rock pile, some nice sandy parts good for practicing gear removal and diving techniques. Some good ledges that have some large undercut crevices exist along the main wall that can contain many types of fish. It has some nice sponge gardens and a good spot for numerous nudibranchs if you look closely. If you do make it out to the 2nd reef and get along the wall to the north you might just get to the broken urinal and then the cave.

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Oak Park
Di Krys
Mar 4, 2007
Sunday dive at Oak Park - Saw my first sea dragon !!! A plan of the website can be foud at  http://www.michaelmcfadyenscuba.info: Great dive! 
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