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12-March-2014
12-March-2014

Photographs supplied by Peter F Williams

A plaque commemorates Carol "Cazza" Martin who died after suffering breathing difficulties while scuba diving in February 2011 . The plaque is in the intertidal zone and is underwater at high tide. 

Carol Martin was born in Scotland and trained as a nurse. She travelled the world before settling in Sydney. Carol had also done more than 1,000 dives, with most of these in Sydney. She also dived to 50 metres on the wrecks in Sydney and had dived locations like Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Red Sea and Indonesia. She had also done many trips to the Great Barrier Reef, including Osprey Reef.

Carol was been a member of the St George Scuba Club for about 15 years, having served a number of years as Club Secretary. She also organised many dives, weekends away and trips to the GBR and other locations.

Location

Address:Bare Island, La Perouse, 2036
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.991269
Long: 151.231874
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Tragedy
Actual Event STart Date:3-February-2011
Actual Event End Date:3-February-2011

Dedication

Front Inscription

             St. George
               Scuba
               Club  
             Sydney  
            Australia

CAROL (CAZZA) MARTIN
Passionate Diver, Much Loved
Club Member And Friend
1-5-1958 -  3-2-2011
   Never Forgotten

Source: MA
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