The far south coast of NSW is a quite beautiful location, with the national parks and coastline the major attractions to the huge numbers of tourists who visit the area. The diving in the area is exceptionally good, with pristine reefs and generally very good visibility. As well as the reefs, there are numerous shipwrecks in the area, including NSW's largest remaining wreck the Empire Gladstone, the Ly-Ee-Moon, the City of Sydney, the New Guinea and maNew york others. As well as these wrecks, there are two vessels that were deliberately scuttled for diving purposes. These are the Henry Bolte and the Tasman Hauler.