"Nudibranchs" has been discovered on these dives

  • Xavi Peña / Bare Island

    Sat 8, February 2014

  • Xavi Peña / Bare Island

    Sat 8, February 2014

  • 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.

  • 3rd Open Water Certificate Dive We saw eight Leafy Seadragons (1 adult, 5 juveniles, 2 babies), 4 nudibranch, old wives, 3 cuttlefish, whiting

  • Amie Benge / The Ovens

    Sat 10, August 2013

  • Amie Benge / Bare Island

    Sun 28, September 2008

  • Amie Benge / Coral Garden

    Mon 2, April 2012

  • Andrew Blake / The Steps

    Sun 31, March 2013

    DM with group of 8. Pretty big swell getting in and out which made getting beginners in and out on the rocks "interesting". Found some nice critters which was good fun.

  • Sally Clout / Waterfall

    Sun 5, December 2010

  • 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.

  • Alon Manker / Turtle Bay

    Wed 27, March 2013

    Instructor: Will Dive buddy: Maria Vishnevskiy

  • Alon Manker / Spitting Cave

    Wed 27, March 0013

    Wall drift dive just off the Spitting Caves Instructor: Will Dive buddy: Maria Vishnevskiy

  • 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.