Archive for January, 2007

Diving Conditions | 21-27 January 2007

Plenty of wobbegongs as per usual. Blue-spotted Stingrays have increased in numbers and can be seen in small groups lying around in sandy patches. Weather A bit of rain at the bginning of the week, but cleared quick-smart. Temperatures are still below average, but very pleasant! Sea Nice and calm, small surf. Water temperature 25°C Visibility 10 – 15 meters

Byron Underwater gets ‘thumbs up’ from Wet Rag

In the January 07 issue of Wet Rag – the new pdf dive magazine from South Pacific Divers Club, Byron Underwater, gets reviewed very kindly. ‘the stunning footage and interesting facts presented in the commentary kept me riveted the whole time … shot by Tim Hochgrebe, some of the footage is truly spectacular … the [...]

Diving Conditions | 14-20 January 2007

Leopard Sharks took a litle break as the water temperatures dropped due to a cooler current coming past Julian Rocks. Still plenty of other thing to see: octopus, turtles including a large Loggerhead, wobbegings, friendly Blue Gropers, snapper, Jewfish, Brown Sweetlips and nudibranchs. Weather Feeling hot, hot, hot! The humidity was extremely high. Fortunately, most nights [...]

Diving Conditions | 7-13 January 2007

There were some Leopard Sharks around this week. A little early, but who cares! Lucky divers saw a Leaf Scorpionfish. A Blind Shark, Blue-spotted stingrays, bullseyes, goatfish, Blue Gropers, pufferfish, moray eels, wobbegongs, bannerfish, surgeonfish, butterflyfish, turtles, Moorish Idols. Weather The first half of the week was overcast and we had some rain. Slowly the temperatures [...]

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