St George Scuba Club is an independent dive club with no association to any commercial dive operation.
We believe that St George Scuba Club is Sydney's friendliest and most active independent dive club, run by and for its members.
As well as local diving, we organise trips within NSW and Australia, as well as overseas.
In 2012 we had overseas trips to Indonesia, Palau and Fiji and also a trip to Queensland.
In NSW we had weeks at the Solitary Islands (two) and Nelson Bay. There were weekends away to Jervis Bay (three) and Montague Island. We also had a combined diving/camping weekend. There was also a "girls dive weekend" at Nelson Bay and, after years of watching, a boys weekend to South West Rocks.
In 2013 we have overseas trips to Vanuatu, the Philippines, East Timor and a Pacific cruise. We have weeks away to the North Solitary Islands (two), Byron Bay, North Haven and Nelson Bay.
There are weekends to Jervis Bay (two), South West Rocks, Ulladulla and Batemans Bay as well as three combined diving and camping weekends. We have more than 70 boat dives and more than 75 shore dives planned for the year.
Have a browse through this web site to learn more about the Club and its activities. Then, if you think that you would like to join, check out the meetings page or download a membership form and join the Club. You can be certain that you are joining the friendliest and most active independent dive Club in Sydney.
Surveys of members shows that during 2007, members did an average of 72 dives, of which 55 dives were with the Club or members of the Club and in 2008 it was 75.6 dives, 44 with the Club.
In 2011, this web site had 8,032 (down 12%) unique visitors who visited the site 13,255 times (down 12%) and looked at a total of 75,859 pages (down 22%).
In 2012, this web site had 7,036 (up over 50%) unique visitors who visited the site 11,588 times (up 45%) and looked at a total of 58,998 pages.
The Club now has a Facebook page which members can use to advertise dives.