Jetty Dive Tested – Review of Oceanhunter Kohana Switchblade Fin

As somebody who works in a dive shop, there is nothing better than collecting excessive amounts of dive gear. Multiple of the staff at Jetty Dive Centre have upwards of five different masks alone… but we’re here to talk about fins. This is my review of Oceanhunter Kohana Switchblade Fin. Today I’m examining the Ocean … Continued

May 2022 Jetty Dive Debrief

Welcome to the May 2022 Jetty Dive Debrief! This is our newest addition to the blog (and email newsletters… read on to find out more about that if you’re interested!) the “debrief”. Here we are going to let you know how the water has been, what the season showed us, any interesting or noteworthy details, … Continued

How have the 2022 Floods impacted clarity and visibility?

This has been the question on everybody’s lips – after flooding through NSW and QLD, what has the visiblity been like? And the short answer would be – not bad. There has been a lot more at play that has influenced the visibility, so if you want to find out more details, read on. What … Continued

28th May 2022 – Saturday Singing Whales

Today, on Saturday 28th of May, MegaWild headed out to South Solitary Island for a double dive. For the first dive we dropped into Buchannan’s Wall. Here we spotted big schools of Old Wives, green moon wrasse, and gunthers butterfly fish. There were blue tangs and anenome fish, and girdled palmers. There was a turtle … Continued

26th May 2022 – Wobbegong Thursday

Today, 26th of May 2022, we took 2Wild out to South Solitary Island for a double dive. There was a bit of current earlier in the day, so we headed to Cleaner Station mooring for our divers to do their first dive. Our divers dropped in to see heaps of fish at the surface! At … Continued

Win big by entering jetty dive’s mega-may photo competition

To celebrate the launch of our brand new website, Jetty Dive is hosting a photo competition throughout May 2022 with big prize offerings for avid divers. Interested? Keep reading. With the mastery of local Coffs Harbour small business Coast Studios, we have been working very hard on the brand new look jettydive.com.au. After bringing in … Continued

8th May 2022 – Sensational Diving at South Solitary

Yet another great day of diving at SouthSolitary Island. Both 2 Wild and MegaWild sheltered from the southerly breeze at the top end of the island. Exploring Manta Arch on dive one our divers got up close and personal with 6 or more grey nurse sharks. Shark Gutters and the Cleaner Station were also action … Continued

19th April 2022 – Turtle Tuesday

South Solitary was the pick today, we had less swell and more sightings of Grey Nurse Sharks which was the highlight. Dive one we had some divers get in at Cleaner Station and also Manta Arch, there was a total of 6-8 Grey Nurse Sharks in the area. There was also Lionfish, Nudibranchs and schools … Continued

What you need to know about the new Suunto d5 2022 update

The new Suunto D5 Update – What you need to know The Suunto d5 is our choice for a dive computer. It’s rechargeable, has smart notifications, is aesthetically pleasing (I personally love my copper d5!) and is easy to read and use whilst underwater. Suunto always bring a smile to our face with frequent updates … Continued

14th March 2022 – Dancing Bullrays at South Solitary

With only a small group of divers “2Wild” steamed out to South Sol this morning. Dive one saw all divers drop in at the Cleaner station to explore the cave and gutters. Lots of marine life was spotted on this dive including Wobbegong Sharks, Moray Eels, Nudibranchs, schools of Trevally, and Blue Fusiliers. Taking advantage … Continued

Where to find us.

OFFICE LOCATION

Jetty Dive Centre Dive Shop is at 398 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450. This is where you begin your experiences with us! All Scuba Dives and Snorkelling must check-in before moving to departure point.

BOATS DEPARTURE POINT

All our boats leave from the Public floating pontoon wharf opposite the “Attitude Burgers “ building.

Jetty dive google maps with markers for priority locations