(Clear of water 1 hour before end of session)
Activities are open most weekends, bank holidays, selected dates during School Holidays & occasional mid week dates.
Activities & Events
Please be advised that the NDAC office is closed Monday to Wednesday, so emails and phone calls may not be responded to during this time. Depending on when you make your enquiry it may take a few days before we can get back in touch with you.
Site Plans & Underwater Maps
We have a range of site plans and maps for your use. Either follow the links below to view the page in your web browser or click on the PDF link for each plan to download a printable version.
The maps and plans are a recent addition to the site, as a response to your enquiries, and they are reviewed and updated regularly. If you have any comments regarding the site plans please use our contact form or email us.
When planning your dive please note that the National Diving & Activity Centre diving site is 60metres above sea level. Please take this into consideration; diving according to any impact it may make to your dive plan from your training organisation i.e. PADI, BSAC, SAA etc.
To view the PDF files you will need Adobe Reader, which can be obtained by following the link below.
Full site plan for the National Diving & Activity Centre. Showing all key areas of interest. This is a big plan when viewed on a computer monitor so you will need to either scroll around or download the PDF to print it out.
Download Printable PDF
version 12.05 Updated July 2019
This plan shows the undewater world of the National Diving & Activity Centre in 3D. Created using the latest GPS technology, this will help to give you a real feel of how the quarry looks without having to get wet!
This plan will be updated in the near future to show our numerous underwater attractions.
Download Printable PDF
Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts enjoying activities in the area of the National Diving & Activity Centre.
Some of the places covered on map sheet 172 include Chepstow, Thornbury, Kingswood, Clifton, Bristol, Bath, Chew Magna, Chipping Sodbury and Portishead. A section of the End of Offa's Dyke Path and the Cotswold Way are marked on map 172. The Mendip Hills are designated an Area of Natural Beauty.
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