Diving Conditions| 18-24 July 2004

All divers were treated to some more Grey Nurse Sharks.The skinny male one was there as well. His head looks a bit squashed. See photo on the left.

A few pelagics such as snapper and kingfish were zooming around. Beautiful schools of Tall-fin Batfish hanging in the blue water. Brown Sweetlips, Stripeys and turtles.

Loads of dolphins and Humpback Whales could be seen from the boats and the Cape Byron Headland.

The Byron skies were cloudy to start off with, but that improved during the week. Southerly winds, swinging from SE to SW.
The bay was pretty calm, only a little swell. Some currents
Water temperature
Highly variable: 10 – 18 meters.

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