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Year 2002 Trips

  Trip PageCoordinator
 26-28 January 2002 Eden Scott Collis
 16-17 February 2002 Jervis Bay Exploratory (Jervis Bay) Norm Schram
 23-24 February 2002 Tathra Peter Christen
 9-10 March 2002 Montague Island Jeremy Weinman
 16-18 March 2002 New and Rusty Divers (Jervis Bay) Thomas Magill
 29 March - 1 April 2002 (Easter) South West Rocks
 Further afield than we normally go but SWR offers some real gourmet-diving being one of the spots where warm tropical waters meet with the colder currents from the south. The most famous site is Fish Rock which features abundant tropical marine life side by side with species we know from the south coast: grey nurse sharks, turtles, batfish, wobbegongs, blue wrasses, and much more. It is also the location of the fishrock tunnel which is a 100+ m long but spacious tunnel with lots of life, dramatic setting, and two bubble caves.
 Ole Nielsen
 13-14 April 2002 Malua Bay
 Malua Bay offers great diving with spectacular underwater volcanic topography at sites such as the Arch, the Tunnel, and the Maze. It also happens to be one of the closest South Coast dive sites to Canberra. We will be staying at the wooded houses of the Burrawang Coastal Club ($10/night for students, $12 for non-students) with a communal meal on Saturday night.
 Sergei Kucheyev
 25-28 April 2002 (Anzac) Norah Head
 Anzac long weekend, 25-28 April, the Club will head a short drive north of Sydney to Norah Head - that's four days of diving! There's a slew of great shore, boat and wreck dives in the area. In addition, we'll likely hook up with members of the Terrigal Underwater Group. The bulk of members will camp about 10km north of Norah Head at picturesque Munmorah State Recreation Area.
 Darran Edmundson
 11-12 May 2002 HOBNOB (Brush Island, Pretty Beach)
 HOBNOB: Safe and fun practice of underwater navigation skills in the annual Beldivers underwater rogaining contest. After that we'll go exploring and mapping out a wall near Brush island, dive the famous cave or see if we can find the sharks at the Tollgates. See you there for some great diving close to home.
 Ole Nielsen
 24-26 May 2002 Eden (Edrom Lodge)
 This trip is a bit special. As the ninety years old Edrom Lodge - located on the southern side of Twofold Bay south of Eden - can accommodate up to 68 people, we invite you to bring along family and friends. We will be diving the tugs and other local dive spots.
 Peter Christen
 8-10 June 2002 Jervis Bay (Bristol Point)
 The long weekend in June and the lure of hot showers makes Bristol one of the last chances to get some good dives in before the winter break. We'll be joined by members of the Terrigal Underwater Group. Bristol Point is on the inside of the southern peninsula of Jervis Bay close to Murrays boat ramp with access to all of Jervis.
 Robyn Withell
 17-18 August 2002 Bawley Point / Jervis Bay (Sussex Inlet) Chris Bloomfield
 23 September - 7 October 2002 Lady Musgrave Island Peter Christen
 9-10 November 2002 Scuba Associations of NSW Joint Trip (Jervis Bay) Darran Edmundson
 23-24 November 2002 Treasure Hunt (Bawley Point)
 The traditional "Treasure Hunt" is on soon, organised by the ScubaStore. Together with fellow divers from the "Beldivers", join in for an exciting underwater hunt for yellow disks. The greater the number you discover, the higher your chances of winning prizes at the Saturday evening draw and BBQ. You can win a new wetsuit and other diving goodies. Sunday we'll be diving Brush Island, Ulladulla or maybe even the Tollgate Islands to see if the Grey Nurse sharks are back.
 Peter Christen
 21-23 December 2002 Montague Island
 What better way to begin the Christmas festivities? What better way to celebrate the start of summer? What better way to see off the year ... than a dive trip to Montague Island. 'Tis the season to see seals, nurse sharks, the "Lady Darling" wreck (to be confirmed), Kingfish and lots more.
 Michelle Lim

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