Phillip Island Pier Diving
Cowes Pier :
Diving Cows Pier can be awesome there are loads of small cray and if your lucky some big ones. Depth ranges from 6 – 14 meters, Here on a good day you will find all sort of fish life.
Aim for the slack water at the end of a king high tide is best
Southerly winds are ok just not too strong
Is located on Phillip Island at the town of cows, just head straight down the main road into cows then turn right onto the Esplanade and your there. Parking can be difficult over the summer months.
New Haven Pier :
To Be Added We have Not Dived it yet
San Remo Pier :
San Remo Pier Is a fantastic dive you will see some lovely great big Black rays, there are plenty of cray fish nestled around the pillions. Here you will see all kinds of fish you don’t get around the Port Phillip bay piers.
Due to the strong tides that flow through the Channel, you only want to dive on the slack water end of the appropriate high tide. Slack water of the high tide lasts approximately fifteen minutes, so you need to be very cautious of this dive or you will be swept out to sea.
San Remo Pier is located just before the Phillip Island Bridge turn left onto Marine Parade and follow it to the end you cant miss it