Norman Bay, South

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Depth: 5m, Difficulty: OW
GPS: -39.046467 146.320858 ( 39°2.788'S 146°19.251'E )
Last Edited: 12/24/2022, 4:54:34 PM


Norman Bay, South (aka Norman Point, North) is an interesting diving and snorkelling dive located near Tidal River, at the southern end of Norman Bay, on the northern side of Norman Point, and the western side of Wilsons Promontory. This dive site is suitable for both snorkelling from the shore and scuba diving from a dive boat. It has boulders sloping down to a sandy bottom at a depth of 18 metres.

Norman Point separates Norman Bay from Little Oberon Bay and lies in the Wilson Promontory Marine National Park. Norman Point and Norman Bay were named after Captain William Norman, who brought Sir Charles Hotham to Melbourne in his ship Queen of the South in 1854.

Dive Type: Reef Dive

Imported from The Scuba Doctor


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