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The Bell Park wreck trail is one of the most dived artificial trails in the region around Perth.
|Name Dive Site:||Bell Park Wreck Trail|
|Visibility: ||3-6m (9-19ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bellscuba|
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The Bell Park wreck trail is located directly in front of Bell Scuba at 43 Rockingham Beach Road, Rockingham. This is one of the most dived sites in the state due to ease of accessibility, depth and protection from the weather. Here you will find the wrecks of four boats and two aircraft that have been sunk over the years to create this dive site.
The site has good parking and involves only a short swim from the shore and is marked with a permanent dive flag so there is no need to bring your own. The visibility is normally between 3 and 6 meters depending on the weather and the number of dive classes visiting. You are probably best to dive first thing in the morning to avoid the crowds or at night when the site takes on a whole new dimension. The only wind that really makes this site undiveable is a North Westerly. Be a little careful in summer of idiots on jet skis using the dive flag as a turning point, the wrecks do have a few things growing on them that can sting so if you don't know what it is, don't touch it.
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