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Bell Wreck 1886


Bell Wreck 1886

This would have to be one of Western Australia's most dived sites. The dive consists of four boat wrecks and two aircraft that have been deliberately sunk over the years to create the ideal site for the earlier stages of diver training. The visibility here is never great 2-6 meters. Due to the large number of student divers from all shops around Perth gathering here for training it is best to be underwater prior to 9am. The site can be dived in all but the worst of weather conditions, a North Westerly wind is the worst of them all. The wreck trail is located in front of our dive centre.

Recreational dive information: This is one of the easiest dive sites in Perth. Within 100 metres of the beach, and marked by a permanent buoy, there are five boats, two aeroplanes and a washing machine, all joined by guide ropes. The site is inhabited by all kinds of fish, anemones, ascidians, crabs, seahorses etc, Max Depth16 metres. Visibility 1-5 metres, approximate position is GPS: S 115°7322, E 32°2713


Divers Flag

Any boat with divers operating from it must always display signals by day or night to inform other boat users. visit iMarine for more information.


Bell Park Wreck Trail

Bell Park Wreck Trail Rockingham WA . The video is also on damo6679 Channel

Recreational fishing information: Fishing is unknown around this wreck, please re frame from dropping your anchor on to the wreck, help preserve the wreck by doing the right thing


Why Visit Rockingham


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