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Great fish and sealife, impressive wreck

We dived the Perth in April 2014 with South Coast Diving Supplies. Gary and Karl were excellent... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2015
albanytraveller_10
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Albany
A very fun Dive!

This ship is pretty massive so you need a few dives to explore the whole thing. I have been down... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2014
Josh C
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Perth, Australia
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24 Apr 2015
“Great fish and sealife, impressive wreck”
19 May 2014
“A very fun Dive!”
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This famous historic ship is now under water as an artificial reef, providing divers with an exciting diving opportunity and history lesson.
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500m SW of Seal Island in King George Sound | Great Southern Region, Albany, Western Australia 6330, Australia
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Reviewed 25 April 2015

We dived the Perth in April 2014 with South Coast Diving Supplies. Gary and Karl were excellent leaders and showed us around the ship. We saw large Samson fish, a 2 metre wobbegong shark, many juvenile pink snapper, clouds of yellowtale, a large school of...More

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Reviewed 20 May 2014

This ship is pretty massive so you need a few dives to explore the whole thing. I have been down twice and still have not explored all of it. They have done a awesome job at opening it all up with extra ways to get...More

2  Thank Josh C
Reviewed 18 March 2014

What an awesome dive! Having done this dive on numerous occasions since ship was sunk i still love it,BUT the price and the attitude of the persons at the dive shop spoilt what could have been a great weekend for me and a couple of...More

Thank Sandy M
Reviewed 4 January 2014

I did two dives on the same day in the wreck and was absolutely amazing. The boat is very well preserved and you can access much part of it, even the bridge's captain where you can sit in his former chair. You see also a...More

1  Thank Xaviur
Reviewed 26 April 2012

The ship is on the bottom of the ocean just out from the war memorial (photo shown) abd makes magnificent views. I am told diving on the wreck is quite an experience.

Thank Bruce D
Reviewed 1 June 2003

Well what can one say. I have dive throughout the Asia Pacific region dining the ww1 & ww2 wrecks and this has to have been my best ever wreck dive. We dived with Albany Scuba Diving Academy who were the driving force behind the sinking...More

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