Southey Sreet Groyne, Sandringham is a convenient dive on the eastern side of Port Phillip. The 80-metre long groyne was built at Southey Street beach in December 2006.
Access is just off the path down to the beach, which begins a little south of the groyne. Enter on the southern side of the groyne, head out to the tip and follow the dive path on the dive site map.
There is plenty of marine growth around the end of the groyne. Head westerly out to the reef and follow it in a north-westerly direction. When the reef finishes head towards shore and follow the inner edge of the reef back to the groyne. Take a look at the end of the groyne again, and then head towards the beach on the northern side of the groyne, and exit onto the beach.
There is enough marine life here to keep a beginner interested. A good spot for a shallow day or night dive It's also a good place to start children snorkelling.
Dive Type: Shore Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor