"Red groper" has been discovered on these dives

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Andrea Jou / Montague Island

    Sat 30, March 2013

    First dive in Montague Island, famous for its seals colony. We were diving surrounded by seals that were coming really close to us. We also could spot a few big bull rays.

  • Andrea Jou / Montague Island

    Sat 30, March 2013

    On the second dive we repeated site and went straight to play with the seals. On the way we also saw a couple of blue groupers that allowed us to pat them. We spent a long time amongst the seals and also saw more rays and a hiding moray eel.

  • short dive for practice ... cleaning mask, taking it off, try no to swallow water, decompression and what not.

  • Amazing the amount of fish life in this beach. I'd never guessed there where so many tropical fish around this parts. I was too exited on this one, I manage to make 220 bar of air disappear in 50 minutes. Heaps of fun though.

  • First dive in Montague Island, famous for its seals colony. We were diving surrounded by seals that were coming really close to us. We also could spot a few big bull rays.

  • On the second dive we repeated site and went straight to play with the seals. On the way we also saw a couple of blue groupers that allowed us to pat them. We spent a long time amongst the seals and also saw more rays and a hiding moray eel.

  • Meggy Fichtner / Shelly Beach

    Sun 31, March 2013

    short dive for practice ... cleaning glasses, swallowing saltwater, hair in our face ... typical skills ...

  • Meggy Fichtner / Shelly Beach

    Sun 31, March 2013

    Today it was a bit cloudy and visibility only 5-8 meters but still a good day to learn and find more new fish species.