After diving at Bluff Reserve to see the leafy sea dragons, we drove across the Fleurieu Peninsular to our second dive site, Rapid Bay Jetty. I was really excited about this dive as I have never dived a jetty before and love seeing interesting structures underwater. The day was stunning
One marine creature I have always wanted to see is the Leafy Sea Dragon. In December I had a free day while visiting Adelaide so organised a couple of dives with Diving Adelaide to see what this part of Australia was like underwater! I can say it surpassed all expectations –
Diving in south east Queensland always guarantees a treasure trove of aquatic delights – these photos are from recent dives to North Stradbroke Island and Cook Island, Gold Coast 🙂
Wolf Rock is an amazing dive site just north of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. The main drawcard here is the presence of critically endangered Grey Nurse Sharks, the sharks here being pregnant females that aggregate before giving birth (where exactly is not known). The diving is quite thrilling, the
Early morning saltwater glow 🙂 Images taken at Hastings Point and Julian Rocks, northern New South Wales.
I had one of the most fantastic morning’s diving last Friday at Julian Rocks, just off Byron Bay. Amazing visibility and leopard sharks as far as the eye could see – I was in heaven! Hope you enjoy 🙂
Beaches, waves, and whales – hope you enjoy 🙂
Manta Bommie at North Stradbroke Island has to be one of my favourite dive sites around – a huge variety of marine creatures – manta rays, leopard sharks, bull rays, wobbegongs, octopus, turtles, and nudibranchs! The visibility wasn’t great on this dive but gives an idea of what can be