Wreck Divers

Wreck Divers is for scuba divers who have an interest in exploring the many shipwrecks in the waters of Melbourne, Australia.

We organise wreck dives every month for people of a range of experience levels – beginner scuba divers through to experienced technical divers. We will always let you know the minimum certification needed to join one of our dives and we will have a Divemaster on our dives to give some help and support if you need it.

Did you know that there are at least 10 shipwrecks in Melbourne that can be explored with an Open Water certification? So, even if you are a recently certified diver there are wrecks that you will be able to dive with us.

To book on to one of our dives phone Aquability on 03 9587 1811 or if you have any questions you can contact us.

If you haven’t dived with us before we will need to verify your certification(s) before your first Wreck Divers dive.


When you come diving with us you will need to bring a full kit of dive gear and a full tank(s) of gas. If you need to hire equipment from Aquability please call the dive center well in advance to make those arrangements.

Although Open Water divers will be able to join some of our dives, the more training and experience you have the greater the variety of dives you will be able to participate in.

If you are fairly new to diving you may want to think about doing some additional training. People serious about wreck diving usually go on to do courses like PADI Advanced Open Water, PADI Wreck Diver, IANTD Nitrox and IANTD Deep.

Take a look at our planned wreck dives to see what we’ve got coming up and sign up to receive Wreck Divers Lowdown┬áto keep up to date with what we are planning next.


Warning: Scuba Diving is a potentially dangerous activity, especially when performing technical or decompression dives. Neither Wreck Divers or any contributors accept liability for any injuries incurred by persons using information obtained from this web site. All information and materials on this website are provided for information purposes only and are not a substitute for correct scuba diver training by a suitably qualified scuba instructor.