Diving Conditions

Diving Conditions | 3-9 April 2005

Plenty of Leopard Sharks still around. Most divers get to see them. Lucky divers saw three dolphins hunting. A very rare sight indeed. Other creatures included the good old wobbegongs, plenty of different sized turtles, Blue-fin Trevally and White-spotted Eaglerays. Weather A sunny start of the week, followed by some intermittent showers, especially at night. However, the [...]

Diving Conditions | 27 March-2 April 2005

Leopard Sharks is the word. A Red Rockcod was found with a squid in its mouth. Unfortunately, the squid was hooked to a cut-off fishing line, tangled around a rock. After a while the rockcod spit the whole lot out and swam off. Hopefully not too badly injured. Turtles (including a tiny baby green turtle), Blue [...]

Diving Conditions | 20-26 March 2005

More Leopard Sharks. Mainly in the shallows , but the occasional one ventures into the deeper end. Plenty of White-spotted Eaglerays and turtles. Weather Sunny on Sunday and Monday, but the rain moved inon Tuesday. Cool SE-SW winds and cool nights Sea Pretty calm all week. Water temperature 24 – 26°C Visibility Clean currents cleaned up at Julian Rocks: 20 meters visibility.

Diving Conditions | 13-19 March 2005

Leopard Sharks are back. Wednesday divers saw the first one and they have been sighted regularly again since then. Big Bullrays, plenty of numbrays stil “buzzing” around, turtles, Blue Gropers, anemonefish and octopus. Weather A bit of decent rain at the beginning of the week to settle the dust. Cool nights, but very pleasant temperatures during the [...]

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