The Ex-HMAS Tobruk rests on the seabed in an area just North of Hervey Bay. She came to rest on her starboard side and does not disappoint as Australia latest dive wreck!
The unexpected orientation only makes for a more interesting and unusual dive. The Tobruk is like no other wreck in Queensland or the world! She offers a unique diving experience with excellent access and awe inspiring scale. Her stern doors are open revealing her colossal main tank deck and providing a full-length (almost 120m!) swim-through experience like no other.
Resting on her side the dive depth ranges from 12 - 30 meters with ample interesting sections for open water and advanced divers to feel comfortable and challenged.
It will only take a short period of time for nature to reclaim this majestic behemoth. Divers will explore the ship and her surrounds encountering a bounty of fascinating marine life.
Colourful reef fish and anemones will greet excited divers as they descend. Octopus, Lion & Puffer fish and sparkling schools of Baitfish may part as you swim through the second-to-none cavernous tank deck.
For those experienced enough to descend to the seafloor, grouper, cod, wobbegong sharks and rays will await your company.