The Herschel Wreck (Edith Byrne)

The Herschel Wreck, also known as Edith Byrne, is a fascinating dive site located in Australia. This shipwreck offers a unique and thrilling experience for divers of all levels. Resting at a depth of 25 meters, the Herschel Wreck is a saltwater dive that attracts divers with its rich marine life and historical significance. Exploring the remnants of this 19th-century steamship, divers can encounter colorful corals, schools of fish, and even the occasional turtle or shark. With its moderate difficulty level, this dive site is perfect for both beginners and experienced divers looking for an exciting underwater adventure.

The Herschel Wreck (Edith Byrne)

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Indian Ocean
Type of water
Type of dive
Wetsuit Thickness
Visibility (avg)
2.3 m
Air Temperature (avg)
1.9 ºC
Water Temp. (avg)
1.6 ºC
Maximum depth (avg)
24 m
Dive time (avg)
43 mins

Month-to-month statistics at The Herschel Wreck (Edith Byrne)

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Air temperature (ºC)

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