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First dives on the Adelaide.
First dives on the HMAS Adelaide wreck were on the weekend of 7th to 8th of May. It was great diving despite poor visibility and 8 dives went out each day.
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Two Dive Boats Now Operating
We now have two custom built dive boats to service your needs to dive the HMAS Adelaide wreck or other surrounding wrecks and reefs.

Exclusive Mooring at Wreck Site
We have been awarded one of two exclusive moorings made available to local dive shop operators. It is approximately a five minute run to the site of the HMAS Adelaide Dive Wreck.

Photos
New aerial, sinking and the first underwater photos have been released thanks to Robbert Westerdyk and Shane Caulfield.

More underwater photos of the Adelaide compliments of 5th Day Images & Pete Davis here

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HMAS Adelaide Dive Wreck

The only dive shop in Terrigal with an exclusive licence to the
HMAS Adelaide.

Dive Adelaide Wreck is owned by Terrigal Dive Centre, and is our specialist site dedicated to SCUBA diving the HMAS Adelaide Dive Wreck and artificial reef.

Aerial view of Terrigal Dive & ex HMAS Adelaide II

We are ideally situated overlooking the picturesque Terrigal Haven, gateway to exploring the HMAS Adelaide Dive Wreck.

We are the only dive shop in Terrigal and we have two custom built dive boats moored at Terrigal Haven to take you on the five minute run to the our exclusive mooring at the HMAS Adelaide Dive Wreck.

View from Terrigal Dive Patio
View from Terrigal Dive Patio

After changing into your gear at our shop it's a 25 easy metre walk on our concrete to the boat ramp and beach for your dive.

On your return we have hot showers, a gear wash up tub, bottomless coffee and many divers to talk with about your diving experiences and this view. After you have rested you can get an air re-fill and explore all Terrigal Haven and the reef has to offer.

Scuttling Day 13th April 2011

A large crowd gathered to watch the scuttling of the ex HMAS Adelaide II as she started a new life as an artificial reef and dive wreck.

The time was delayed by dolpins feeding on fish, after the area was declared safe a flare was fired up into the air one minute before the sinking at 11:48am.

HMAS Adelaide waves good-bye

The ex HMAS Adelaide just before 11:50am when she waved her final farewell and took up a new life as a dive wreck and artificial reef.

Clearence divers reported signs of life are already gathering there.

First Underwater Photos of Dive Wreck.

Diver looking thorugh bridge window of the Adelaide