Who is the BWAC?

BWAC is definitely one of the more active wreck diving clubs around. We have a very keen and experienced group of divers, with dives running almost every weekend.

Our boat has two moorings, Ettalong and Terrigal, making the wrecks of the Central Coast and Long Reef easily accessible. 

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Joining BWAC

How do I join?

All new members are recommended to first become a temporary member and join us for a dive, or come to one of our monthly meetings and say g’day.

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Hi BWACers, due to a number of members being unable to make it to tonight's meeting we have taken the decision to cancel it. July will be the AGM so I look forward to a big turn out for dinner, a quick meeting, and one of Pauls movies (hopefully, no pressure Paul) ...

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Our next meeting is upon us once more. Tuesday the 10th at 7.30 pm ,Doyalson RSL. Join us at 6 .30 for dinner. The mighty
"Barry D" has been busy and thanks to Michael for organising the diving. Good to hear our safety procedures are being practiced by our keen divers, the vis has been good, bad weather Saturdays are back, little bit of current sometimes, WARM water (can't last),
Gee! sound like business as usual. Video for the night will be from the archives,( In other words who knows ) I will see you's there.

Andrew ,Sue-Ellen, Michael , Arthur and I did it two weeks ago and it was a fantastic dive. We could see from end to end and it was just a great dive to get back into it again. There were two adult and a juvenile cuttlefish in residence and few wobbies, on of which objected to y presence and proceeded to headbutt me before swimming off ! Two new swim-throughs now exist and its definitely opened up since last year. I drew this sketch about a year ago and I think I should amend it now to show the new stuff.
Compare it to McFadyens model and you can see the deterioration.
All up a great dive still.
PS : Great place for the anchor is wrapped around one of those masts.It wont damage the wreck , they are enormously heavy and unwrapping is usually a simple task. We dropped the shot directly off Birch08

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Deborah Alison JohnstonGreat sketch!

2 months ago

Dean ColemanThat looks nothing like the galava you must have been narked

2 months ago   ·  2

Stephen KnoxDean that's not the Birchgrove where's the big shark

2 months ago   ·  1

Bob StaddonBucket list

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