Snorkel Site Review – Clovelly Beach, Clovelly

Snorkel Site Review – Clovelly Beach, Clovelly

Entry

Entry is either via the steps on both sides of the bay, or via the beach at the end of the bay. In either case, the entry is relatively easy throughout most of the year, due to the protecting sea rock walls at the mouth of the bay which dissipate most of the wave energy coming into the bay. Continue reading “Snorkel Site Review – Clovelly Beach, Clovelly”

Snorkelling Gear

Snorkelling Gear

The minimum gear you need is a mask, snorkel and fins, all of which means you can see, breathe and get around in the water easily. For Sydney waters I’d also include a wetsuit as important gear since I get cold in the water very fast. A shorty 3mm wetsuit will let you stay in the water for a couple of hours in summer (October to March), and a full 5mm semidry wetsuit will let you snorkel year round. Continue reading “Snorkelling Gear”