Archive for September, 2006

Diving Conditions | 24-30 September 2006

There are normally a lot of wobbegongs around at Julian Rocks, but they seem to be even more abundant at the moment! Grey Nurse Sharks patrol these waters….. Weather Rains eased off and we had some more sunshine! Nights are still cool. Sea Flat and calm Water temperature 18 – 20°C Visibility 5 – 10 meters

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Diving Conditions | 17-23 September 2006

Despite it being a little dark, the diving was still great! Plenty of things to look at, including the Grey Nurse Sharks. The large Loggerhead Turtle made a couple of appearances as well, Jewfish at the Cod Hole, Brown Sweetlips and Yellowtail Kingfish. Weather And we thought spring had started: quite a bit of rain this week. [...]

Diving Conditions | 10-16 September 2006

How fantastic is it that we are able to go for a dive and see the Grey Nurse Sharks here week after week? Humpback Whales start coming back and already you can hear some singing while you are on a dive. Weather The week started off with some rain and cooler weather, which hung around. Some sunny [...]

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