DEEP WEEK MT GAMBIER
January 8 – 14
January 8 – 14
Join Adam Stern in Mt Gambier for 7 days of incredible diving in the amazing Sinkholes! The sinkholes in Mt Gambier are some of the most unique and incredible dive sites on earth! Our training will take place in the famous Kilsby Sinkhole and the lesser known but 42m deep Ela Elap! Besides these sinkholes there are literally dozens of sinkholes you can hop into over the week- it’s going to be out of this world!
During Deep Week you’ll have time to coomplete either your Wave 1 and 2 course. Your Wave 2 course or your Wave 3 course. The cost of all courses and certification is included in the price of the trip. Check out the Info Flyer for all the details of the trip!
For the first 3 days we will be training in the endlessly clear Kilsby Sinkhole, which has a maximum depth of 27 metres. After a day of rest we will then move our training site to Ela Elap, which has a maximum depth of 42 metres and a huge sunken willow tree at it’s crystal clear bottom. For the full schedule and all the details check out the Info Flyer above!
Mt Gambier is an absolute playground for freedivers! After our training sessions we can dive in any of the dozens of sinkholes in the region or go cray diving on the coast. Just a 20 minute drive away is the costal town of Port Macdonnel, which is the Southern Rock Lobster capital of Australia!
During the trip we will be staying at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol. Accommodation is included in the cost. Accommodation is dormitory style (although you can upgrade to a single room if you like, please just let us know when booking your spot). Check out how epic the accommodation is here: theoldmountgambiergaol.com.au
Mount Gambier is roughly a 5 hour drive from Adelaide or Melbourne. We can arrange car pooling and a shuttle bus to minimise the number of cars we have to hire.
PRICE: $1190AUD (without accommodation)
$1440 (with accommodation)
This price includes the course, all diving and accommodation but not meals or travel expenses.
Check out our video about Mount Gambier: