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 Yena Extension

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 34° 0.813' S
Longitude: 151° 13.896' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

English (Translate this text in English): Drive south to the Botany Bay National Park and pay the entrance fee. Then follow the road around to the Yena Gap area on the dirt road. The area maybe closed so call first if coming from Sydney City. Drive down to the parking area and gear up. Walk down the cliff face where possible to the shoreline. Enter the water and head south and follow the boulder and wall line around 6m. Keep a close eye out for caves and swim-throughs. Many Port Jackson Sharks here. Only do this dive when the seas are flat as it's a bugger to get out again if they aren't!!!

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Yena Gap 2

Average depth 7 m / 23 ft

Max depth 8 m / 26.2 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Orientation

Dangers

- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

English (Translate this text in English): The dangers suggested above don't cover many available so here it is here: - Waves, Surge and the inevitable exit.

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