"Red groper" has been discovered on these dives

  • Christian Vetter / Fish Rock

    Mon 13, March 2017

    Visibility seemed to improve every minute. We spotted 2 hammerheads from the boat while waiting for our second dive. Unfortunately, they were gone when we went back in the water. In the cave, there was the largest turtle I have ever seen. Also, another turtle left the cave swimming just 10cm above my head. There was a giant sting-ray at the far bottom. We entered the cave from the deep side, "climbed" up the chimney and left on the shallow end. I dumped my air a bit too early and therefore needed too much air to climb the chimney. Again 32% Nitrox mixture.

  • Christian Vetter / Fish Rock

    Mon 13, March 2017

    This dive was much better than the day before. Visibility improved, more wildlife, no headache, just plain enjoyable. We entered the cave from the deep side, "climbed" up the chimney and left on the shallow end. Again 32% Nitrox mixture.

  • Christian Vetter / Fish Rock

    Sun 12, March 2017

    Times guessed. Very bad visibility. Stronger currents when shallower. Slight headache afterwards. Inside the cave was quite cool. But we did not stay for long. Due to the strong search, the pressure inside the cave changed rapidly which was painful for the ears. We entered and left the cave from the shallower side.

  • Amie Benge / The Gutter

    Sun 31, January 2016

  • Amie Benge / Fairy Bower

    Sun 13, September 2015

  • Amie Benge / Shelly Beach

    Sun 29, March 2015

    Lewis want to play with his new camera lenses.

  • Amie Benge / Docks

    Sat 24, January 2015

  • Amie Benge / Dragon Alley

    Sat 15, November 2014

    Two new customers who had not dived in a long time. Issues with their weighting.

  • This was our first dive in Fish Rock. We went down to see the famous gray nurse sharks who were swiming at about 30 meters. There were over 10 sharks, some of them quite big. After staying with them for a while we made our way back slowly swimming amongst thousands of fish.

  • This time we went down to go through Fish Rock's famous cave. It was absolutely unreal! The cave was full of wobbegong sharks. We went up the chimney and bumped into a huge turtle that was feeding itself there. We also spot some lobsters, eels and nudibranches. We finished the dive going up the slope with a big school of small yellow fish. At the end of the dive we were surrounded by batfish while doing our safety stop.

  • Amie Benge / Shark Gully

    Sat 1, March 2014

  • Amie Benge / The Apartments

    Sun 2, February 2014

    Divemaster - Guiding Certified Divers

  • Amie Benge / Shelly Beach

    Wed 19, February 2014

  • Amie Benge / Fairlight

    Sun 23, February 2014

    First charge as a Divemaster

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