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Gouldens Waterhole

Gouldens Waterhole

Gouldens Waterhole is a cave diving site located in Mount Schank near Mount Gambier.

It is managed by the Department of Environment and Water, who manages dive activities within the sinkhole.

Gouldens Waterhole, Cave & Sinkhole Scuba Diving, Mount Gambier SA

The main features of the sinkhole include fish and yabbies, as well as thermoclines in 15-meter deep water. It is 26 metres deep and 26 metres wide.

Water visibility is known to be generally good; it’s frequently used by divers and students alike for training purposes.

To dive here, interested individuals are required to obtain permission from the Department of Environment and Water. All bookings should be sent in via email at least two business days before the date. Applications should include the names of all divers, relevant booking dates, CDAA numbers, and a contact number.

The roadside provides easy access to Gouldens Waterhole, and it’s equipped with a diver’s change table.

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For each timeslot there must be a minimum of two divers, diving together, per booking
Bookings must be made a minimum of 48 hours (2 days) before the actual dive timeslot to allow for DEW to confirm your booking and details

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