Dive Club Menu
Meeting Times: 7:30pm, 2nd Wednesday of
Meeting Place: Mount Flora Museum, Elvire
Street, Waterman, Perth
Web Address: www.scuba2.asn.au
Independant social scuba diving club since
1987. Monthy shore and night dives, regular
social activities, and dive trips up and
down the West Australian coast.
Meeting Time: Fourth tuesday of every
Meeting Place: Maori Chief
Web Address: www.bsac.org.au
A club of circa 30 regular divers, out
of Melbourne, Australia. The club comprises
75% instructors, who provide training
on a purely at cost basis, and is a member
Scuba Warehouse Dive Team
Parramatta, Sydney, Australia
Meeting Times: 7pm 2nd Thursday of month
Meeting Place: 55 George Street, Parramatta
Web Address: http://www.scubawarehouse.com.au
Shore dives every Saturday and Sunday
morning, club boat dive every Sunday,
sailing/dive day once a month, picnic
BBQ day once a month. Meets every Thursday
evening for drinks, guest speaker on 2nd
Thursday of month. All divers & snorkellers
welcome, particularly visitors to Sydney.
Underwater Explorers Club of W.A.
Meeting Times: 2000
Meeting Place: Swan Yacht Vlub
Web Address: www.underwaterexplorersclub.net
UEC was formed in 1954 and is still going
as a non-profit dive club. We do regular
trips to Rottnest and nearby islands outside
Perth all year round (weather permitting).
We dive from the club's own vessel that
comfortably takes 20 divers. A monthly
newsletter is published.
Non-divers are also welcome to join the
club. We have a strong social section
for friends and family to enjoy.
University of Western Australia University
Perth, Western Australia
Meeting Times: 8pm Thursday nights
Meeting Place: The Captain Stirling Hotel
Web Address: http://www.uuc.org.au
The University of Western Australia University
Underwater Club has been operating for
over 25 years and has steadly built up
its resources, with a stable membership
at around 200-250.
The club owns an 8-meter dive boat, the
TANTABIDDI, which can hold 12 divers.
We also own a dual cab tray back truck
to tow the boat. We maintain almost 30
sets of gear (BCD, regs, tank) with about
20 extra tanks. Many of the regulators
have dive computers. All the equipment
is monitored and serviced regularly. And
gear hire is so cheap, many members put
off buying their own.
The club dives locally at weekends with
trips to other dive locations in Western
Australia such as Busselton, Albany, Esperance,
and Exmouth throughout the year.
The club meets socially every Thursday
night in a local bar just to hang out
and meet other divers or people interested
Wallaroo Scuba Club
Meeting Time: 6.30
Meeting Place: 42 East Terrace Wallaroo
Web Address: www.wallarooscubaclub.com.au
The Wallaroo Scuba Club is a recreational
dive club and was Founded by Mark Tozer
in 2011, consisting of scuba diving enthusiasts
who get together in the name of fun and
diving. Purely a social crowd, the Wallaroo
Scuba Club explore there local waters
together and are trying to do their part
to keep Wallaroo's reefs and other recreational
dive spots preserved for future generations.
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