Archive for June, 2006

Diving Conditions | 18-24 June 2006

The wobbegongs have taken over at Julian Rocks. Some of the females look definitely pregnant and they seem to be a bit on edge. Not too many Grey Nurse Shark were seen, but that had mostl ikely something to do with the fact that the trenches could not be visited all that much due to [...]

Diving Conditions | 11-17 June 2006

Grey Nurse Sharks everywhere, a large school of Devil Rays, another octopus, Squirrelfish, wrasse, including a funny-looking long yellow one, resident Blue Gropers. Plenty of wobbegongs lazying around or swimming. Plenty of whale action on the surface too. Whales can be seen breaching and spy-hopping from the light house or close-up with on of the [...]

Diving Conditions | 5-11 June 2006

Plenty of Grey Nurse Sharks. Woohoo! They love the lower visibility. Weather Sunny periods during the short days. Some rain, heavy at night. Southerly winds, cool nights Sea Calm, hardly any surf. A bit of current around Julian Rocks. Water temperature 20°C Visibility Low visibility: 10 meters and less

Diving Conditions | 4-10 June 2006

Lots of Grey Nurse Sharks, lots of wobbegongs, fusiliers, Jewfish, Yellowtail Kingfish and a big, fat octopus out and about. Weather Very nice sunny winterweather with crisp air. Nights were cool. Sea Calm seas Water temperature 19 – 20°C Visibility 15 – 20 meters

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