Scuba Dive Fido’s and Wommin Reefs

FIDOS REEF is a massive reef, just outside of Tweed Heads. It’s named after the SS Fido, a small 90 year old wreck which can still be seen.

WOMMIN REEF is an old lava flow from when Mt Warning was an active volcano. It’s covered in huge boulders with swim-throughs and lots of places to explore.

Both dives are drift dives and suitable for all Divers. It’s the prefect opportunity for those wishing to gain more experience. We will be doing one dive at Fidos Reef, and the second Dive at Wommin Reef.

Depth ranges from 10-20m.

Cost of Dive is $125 which includes Double dive, tanks and surface interval snacks, tea, coffee etc. 

Nitrox (32%) is available for an extra $20, payable directly to Tweed Sea Sports on the day. Please let us know in the comments if you want to reserve any tanks for you.  For those who aren’t yet Nitrox certified… Courses are available at any time. Please contact Hilton if you are interested.

Once RSVP’d, please click on the ScubaConnect link below and follow the instructions for payment using either PayPal or Credit Card. If this is an issue, please call Hilton or Bruce to arrange bank transfer. 
scubaconnect.rezdy.com/43995/tweed-heads-double-dive 

Please note that this dive is run in-conjunction with our brand new Gold Coast-based sister group, Scuba Buddies Gold Coast

Departure time is in QLD time. Should the weather be unsuitable to dive either of these sites, we will head to Cook Island or select another site based on group experience levels.

Hire gear is available from Tweed Sea Sports on the day, phone 5524-3683.

If you have any questions please feel free to call or email at any time.

Hilton

Phone: 0416 203 793  
Email: [email protected]

Scuba Dive Fido’s and Wommin Reefs

Saturday, Jan 10, 2015, 6:30 AM

Tweed Sea Sports
33 Machinery Drive Tweed Heads, AU

3 Scuba Buddies Attending

FIDOS REEF is a massive reef, just outside of Tweed Heads. It’s named after the SS Fido, a small 90 year old wreck which can still be seen.WOMMIN REEF is an old lava flow from when Mt Warning was an active volcano. It’s covered in huge boulders with swim-throughs and lots of places to explore.Both dives are drift dives and suitable for all Divers…

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