Archive for June, 2004

Diving Conditions| 20-26 June 2004

More Grey Nurses Sharks this week. Divers saw up to 10 individuals on a single dive. A few White spotted Eaglerays passed by. Lots of Black-spot Goatfish, Bullseye, Turtles and Blue Groupers. The Humpback Whales are visiting Byron Bay at the moment. The best spot to watch them is from our lighthouse, but they are seen [...]

Diving Conditions| 13-19 June 2004

Woohoo, the Grey Nurse Sharks are going off! Up to 15 Grey Nurse Sharks in one dive. A Humpback Whale checked out some divers! White spotted Eagle Rays, turtles, sweetlips…why go anywhere else. Weather Sunny all day, every day. Nights are very wintery. Cool southerly winds Sea Nothing too rough. Water temperature 19°C Visibility 15 – 20 meters.

Diving Conditions| 23 May-12 June 2004

These weeks we enjoyed a well deserved holiday somewhere tropical with fantastic diving! Hard and soft corals, sponges, frog fish,crocodile fish, pigmy seahorses and loads more, including Banded Seasnakes (see photo on the left). Weather Sea Water temperature Visibility :

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