Our truck wreck offers a very easy dive but does require a little effort to get to due to its relatively remote location. Laying at the far end of the lake in the north west corner, a visit to this attraction can be surprisingly rewarding.
For those divers not confident in their navigation skills, we'd recommend a surface swim across to the buoy tied off to the truck. For those happy to take on the more challenging scenic route however, follow the quarry wall around in an anti-clockwise direction (keeping the lake edge on your right shoulder) at a depth of 10 metres and you should get to the truck within 30 minutes or so.
You'll find the truck located on a rocky plateau at a depth of approximately 10 metres. Inset close to the lake wall, the truck now lies upside down with its cab facing outwards into the lake. Take some time to swim around the outside of the truck, paying particular attention to its belly which now faces up towards the surface. It's still in surprisingly complete condition - even it's tyres are still in place, despite being underwater for at least thirty years or so.
Whilst all the windows have long been smashed out, we'd strongly recommend not trying to crawl into the cab - it may look easily enough but it's very, very silty in there and you could easily get caught up. If you fancy a cool swim through, drop down and swim through the gap between the rear of the cab and the back wall of the lake. it can be a little silty so care must be taken not to destroy the viz on your way through.