Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Northern Territory

Ready to check out the best sites in Northern Territory for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 6 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Northern Territory to suit your needs.
Northern Territory dive site map
Catalina #2

#1 - Catalina #2

Australia, NT, Darwin

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One of the 5 PBY Catalina flying boats from WWII. Deep in Darwin Harbour.
Catalina #1

#2 - Catalina #1

Australia, NT, Darwin

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One of the 5 PBY Catalina flying boats from WWII. Deep in Darwin Harbour.
Wangi Wangi Falls Litchfield National Park

#3 - Wangi Wangi Falls Litchfield National Park

Australia, NT

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Litchfield
Mataranka Springs

#4 - Mataranka Springs

Australia, NT

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Freshwater spring with excellent vizibility. water temp is 37.2cel year round
USAT Meigs

#5 - USAT Meigs

Australia, NT, Darwin

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"The USAT Meigs, a United States Army transport vessel (sometimes incorrectly referred to as the USS Meigs), was sunk in Darwin Harbour during the first Japanese air raid against the Australia mainland on February 19, 1942. Built San Pedro, California, in 1921 as the West Lewart, the Meigs had a steel hull, measured 12,568 Gross Tons (also cited as 11358 tons), 430.7 feet (140m) long, 54.3 feet (16m) beam and 26.2 feet draft. As the largest vessel in Darwin Harbour she was frequently under air attack, and went down in flames after being struck by incendiary bombs and aerial torpedoes. Two of its crew of sixty-six were killed. Although the superstructure of the wreck was salvaged after the war by Fujita Salvage of Osaka, Japan, the cargo of munitions, railway lines, Bren gun carriers and trucks intended for Allied forces in Portuguese Timor remains. The Meigs is now a dive site, where the remnants of the cargo are as visible as the remains of the vessel itself. It lies in 26m of water, and due to the large tidal movements creating strong currents and poor visibility, is only divable around neap tides." Description source: Wikipedia.org Darwin Harbour USAT Meigs is also known as USS Meigs (incorrect naming).
Berry Springs

#6 - Berry Springs

Australia, NT

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Open from 8 am to 6:30 pm you can park in the parking lot and walk 100 m to the upper pool, which is clearer than the lower pool. There are platforms and ladders to enter the pool.