Seafarers Beach is an interesting shore diving and snorkelling location on Victoria's Otway Coast facing south-east into Bass Strait. It lies right beside the Great Ocean Road (B100) between Apollo Bay (to the west) and Skenes Creek (to the east). Seafarers Beach is 700 metres long, backed by a low foredune and the road, with rocks and reefs scattered along the beach. There are usually low to moderate beach breaks amongst the reefs and rocks.
Seafarers Beach can be very swelly and thus rarely dived. On the rare days when conditions are flat, calm, with no swell, it's fun for divers and snorkellers to explore the underwater reef terrain and marine life. On a perfect day, with no wind, no swell, and no current, it's really worthwhile.
The dives here are about exploring the underwater reef terrain to the east and west of the beach entry point.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor