Blacksmiths Western Artificial Reef

Blacksmiths Western Artificial Reef is a popular dive site located in Australia. This artificial reef offers an exciting and unique diving experience for both beginners and experienced divers. The reef is made up of a variety of structures, including sunken ships, concrete blocks, and steel structures, creating a diverse and vibrant marine ecosystem. Divers can expect to encounter a wide range of marine life, including colorful corals, schools of fish, and even the occasional turtle or shark. The dive site is easily accessible from the shore, making it a convenient option for divers of all levels. Whether you’re looking to explore the underwater world or capture stunning underwater photographs, Blacksmiths Western Artificial Reef is a must-visit dive site in Australia.

Blacksmiths Western Artificial Reef

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Pacific Ocean
Type of water
Type of dive
Wetsuit Thickness
Visibility (avg)
2.8 m
Air Temperature (avg)
6.2 ºC
Water Temp. (avg)
7.7 ºC
Maximum depth (avg)
25 m
Dive time (avg)
27 mins

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Air temperature (ºC)

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