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 Voo Doo

Australia, NSW, Sydney

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Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 34° 2.489' S
Longitude: 151° 12.67' E

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English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

English (Translate this text in English): If you are in Sydney City, take the road south out of the city. Follow the signs to the airport, then to Cronulla. At the junction of the Boulevarde and Captain Cook Dr, turn left and drive to the site via Captain Cook Drive, keep following the road heading towards Kurnell. Upon seeing the oil refinery take the Carbon Black road (Sir Joseph Banks Drive) and drive right to the end. Then turn right up the small national Park rd (no name) between two big rock and through the gate and follow the rd over all the speed humps and park at the end in the car park. You can see the water from here. Walk to the shoreline and seek the easiest entry into the small ocean pool. This is where you get in. Sites access is by swimming between the two big rocks at the end of the ocean pool. Head south at 210 degrees on your compass.

How? By boat & from shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Voodoo, Suck rock

Average depth 12 m / 39.4 ft

Max depth 24 m / 78.7 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Wall
- Cave
- Reef
- Ambiance
- Shoal
- Pool

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography
- Handi-diving

Dangers

- Current

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

English (Translate this text in English): Great marine bio-diversity. Huge swim through with a ceiling with fantastic green jewel anemones on all walls, and pink & orange jewel anemones on the roof of the swim through cave, yet similar to the green ones on the walls! Great fish life. Fantastic fun watching the surfers riding the waves above. The site can be dived three ways. 1. heading south to overhang and swim through. 2. east to the deeper water. 3. southeast and around the two huge natural bommies or messas and then north homeward via the long walls. A fourth dive plan might include a LONG dive to the southeast for the sandy sea bottom and great wall. Enjoy!

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Voo Doo
By Vermers
Jun 26, 2011
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By gbsailing , 23-06-2014

Do you need help? - Can't find the way...email me and I hope to help...GB.

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