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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This Saturday 25th the boat will be diving out of Norah Head on a wreck called the Nerong which sank 100 years ago this year!. This wreck hardly ever gets dived by anyone and is in great condition and at only 40ish metres deep. There are currently a few spaces left on the second dive, departing the boat ramp at approx 1130am. It is a very short boat ride out. Please comment or message me if you are keen to come and join us, we would love to have you along. ...

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Peter DownesSounds good, please count me in, I am assuming that we meet at the norah boat ramp

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Ben GriffithsGreat dive well worth a look

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Susan ShieldAgreed, a great dive and wreck!

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Monthly Meeting/ Dinner

March 14, 2017, 6:30pm

The Doylo

Join us for dinner and drinks at the Doylo before our brief monthly meeting. Followed up by Documentaries of the Deep by club member Paul. Dinner, 600-700 Meeting 730- 900 Members and Non-Members are welcome

If you love diving like we do, then you should join BWAC today! Why you ask?

Bwac is an independent dive club with our own boat. This means that we get to dive where ever we as a group decide on the day. We get to dive how we like using whatever equipment we like.

Best of all, boat diving is much cheaper in BWAC as we are a non-profit group.

We head out most weekends weather permitting mainly diving shipwrecks all along the coast!

If you have been thinking about becoming a part of BWAC, There is no better time to join and come along, Without divers, clubs such as this don't exist.
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Dean Coleman shared Just Scuba Stuff's photo to the group: Brisbane Water Aqualung Club.

Warm blue water on the birchy on Saturday! Book on for next weekend while conditions are this good!
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SS Birchgrove Park, Sydney Australia Model created by John Riley

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Dom ButterworthFingers crossed

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Ben GriffithsAhhh there's the mast

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Grant ThomasWere you even on the correct side of the wreck?

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Five of us beat the heat today with a splash on the Birchgrove Park wreck. Good vis and some giant jewfish. 18 degrees at -50m and nearly 30 on deco! ...

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Bec NeilSounds very nice.. how was the vis?

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Deborah Alison JohnstonAs they say..Ya gotta be in it to win it. Come join us for a dive sometime !

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