- Published: Thursday, 04 August 2016 20:02
Whyalla – Diving with the Cuttlefish 2016
Good thing about the Sea Wolves is that someone will always be able to fix it!
This weekend was no exception…..from lending forgotten items of kit…to starting cars with no jump leads…to driving the drunken lot back to barracks
- Published: Saturday, 10 April 2010 11:57
Sheringa Easter 2010 – A Pommie Perspective by Sarah Stevens
Please note that the opinions contained in this Trip Report do not necessarily reflect those of the Seawolves Dive club or its committee.
The club’s trip to Sheringa had been planned for months. Mike and I had never been camping in Australia, so loads of new things had to be bought including a new tent, a two way radio, roo scarers (English translation – something that is attached to your car, whistles in the wind and stops kangaroos jumping in front of you as you go along – these worked, we saw no kangaroos!) and a camp oven (until I bought our oven I had assumed that a camp oven is a small oven to take camping – silly me, it’s a cast iron saucepan with a heavy lid – of course!).
- Published: Friday, 03 April 2009 11:31
29/3/09 to 3/4/09
Day 1 – 29/3/09
Flew to Gold coast Sunday morning with Chalky, and then met up with Rhino after renting our car at the airport. We did a bit of a tour on the way down to South West Rocks which was about 400km south.
We arrived at South West Rocks Dive Centre about 6pm NSW time after passing through 3 time zones to be told that we probably won’t get any diving in at all this week.
The accommodation was bunk beds in 3 rooms and snorers spread between all 3 with complainants galore.
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Name: Sea Wolves Dive Club BSB: 015208 Acc: 417913534
We meet every Tuesday evening, doors open from 7:30pm, meeting starts 8:30pm, 10 Bayford Rise, Morphett Vale, New Members Welcome!