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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The Doylo tonight hosts the sept bwac meeting ... We must have a few away, but some of us will be there if you want to come down(or up) for a chat.
Lets face it, who cares who the bachelor dumps, when we could be talking about over inflation.. and emergency dumps....
6 pm for 7... See you.
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No water is too dirty for BWAC's video lights ...

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David BlakeI thought it was a train coming.... joys of narcosis

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A great dive on the Bonnie Dundee off Swansea topped off with a big bird hoping for some free food ...

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Notice of AGM

The BWAC Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 8th August at 7pm at the Doylo, located on the Pacific Highway Doyalson.

If you would like to nominate anyone for a Committee position please let me know before the night.

As always we will be meeting up at 6pm for dinner beforehand, and will finish off with another great diving video from Paul.

See you all there.
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