Archive for June, 2005

Diving Conditions | 19-25 June 2005

Few days without the Grey Nurse Sharks for some divers, but they are still there, both males and females. Monty the Blue Groper with the one pectoral fin was seen with a chunck missing. Fighting between male Blue Gropers is not uncommon and we are conviced he’ll recover. Although the Whale watching season has only just [...]

Diving Conditions | 12-18 June 2005

Although it was hard to see much when the visibility was low, but the Grey Nurse Sharks were there. Turtles, Yellow-tail Kingfish, Lionfish, Anemonefish and different species of rays. Already a few Humback Whales have been sighted from the lighthouse. Soon there will be more whales making their way up north. Weather Some beautiful crisp, sunny days. Saturday [...]

Diving Conditions | 8 May-4 June 2005

We were on a holiday somewhere tropical and warm with blue water and great visibility, but we have no idea what the conditions have been like here in Byron Bay. The only thing we heard is that there are plenty of Grey Nurse Sharks are at Julian Rocks at the moment, which is always good [...]

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