29th September 2017 – Friday Dive Day!

South Solitary Island was a pleasant surprise for our divers today. Conditions had improved since our last visit, as divers encountered over half a dozen Grey Nurse Sharks, Spanish Dancers, Baby Cuttlefish, Blue angelfish, Blue Groupers, Nudibranchs, Black Cod, Juvenile Clown Trigger Fish, Moray Eel and plenty of schooling fish. Manta Arch, Cleaner Station, Shark…

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26th September 2017 – Divers get close to Grey Nurse Sharks!

Divers and Snorkelers had a couple of memorable¬†dives out at South Solitary Island today. Forecasted conditions made for a bit of a challenge, though all divers handled the chop very well. Due to what looked like an algae blooom, visibility varied quite drastically from site to site, though all divers experienced very close encounters of…

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12th September 2017 – Humpback Whales Swim underneath Snorkelers!

It was another successful whale swim this morning, upon leaving the harbour, we were lucky enough to come across a pod of 5 playful whales. Straightaway the whales directed themselves towards and came within 100 meters from the boat so we were unable to jump in the water due to strict guidelines, so we backed…

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3rd September 2017 – Clear Blue Water on the Coffs Coast!

Split Solitary was today’s island of choice. Despite the slight breeze from the north west, mikes mooring offered our divers protection and produced a couple of great blue water dives. Split offered an abundance of marine life, including Crayfish, Turtles, whales singing in the distance, wobbygongs, nudibranchs, Moray Eels, Coral Trout, Blue Groupers, Bullseye schools,…

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4th August 2017 – CHEC students complete PADI Open Water Course in time for Heron Island trip.

2 Wild was full of students from Coffs Harbour Education Campus excited to finish their PADI Open Water Course. Conditions were a little choppy so Split Solitary was the Island of choice where students had a couple of great dives seeing Green Sea Turtles, Numb rays, Crested Horn Shark, Coral Shrimp, Wobbys, Nudis, Porcupine Fish…

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