Fish ID of the Solitary Islands Marine Park!

The different species we find in the Solitary Islands Marine Park are a mixture of tropical fish from the Great Barrier reef and Sub-tropical fish from Sydney to southern Australia.
CoastKeepers have developed a 50 fish species Fish ID for New South Wales, we have included most of those and added our own tropical species! So when you Scuba Dive or Snorkel the Solitary Islands Marine Park, you are welcome to use our list and record your sightings

The Common Fish ID of our Solitary Islands Marine Park!

This section we show the different species we find in the Solitary Islands Marine Park that are common to see when you come diving with us!

The mixture of tropical fish from the Great Barrier reef and Sub-tropical fish from Sydney to southern Australia are not seen together in many places!

What we see all the time is usually quite unique for most travelling divers, and you will be amazed at the number of fish we have in the sanctuary zones of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, starting here at Coffs Harbour!

Corals and Invertebrates of the Solitary Islands

Along with our other animals we have a mix of corals and invertebrates that is very unique. The Giant Cuttlefish, Occys, Invertebrates and Corals of our Solitary Islands Marine Park

The mixture of tropical waters from the Great Barrier reef and Sub-tropical water from Sydney to southern Australia means a lot of these little critters are not seen together in many places!

What we see all the time is usually quite unique for most travelling divers. The marine life is loaded in the sanctuary zones of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, starting here at Coffs Harbour!

The Unusual and Rare fish of The Solitary Islands Marine Park

This section is our favourite! We have some special critters out there, and have great pleasure in showing you our pictures of them, Come with us and we may show you them!

The Nudibranchs and Shells of our Solitary Islands Marine Park!

This section we show the different species we find in the Solitary Islands Marine Park that are common to see when you come diving with us!

The mixture of tropical waters from the Great Barrier reef and Sub-tropical water from Sydney to southern Australia means a lot of these little critters are not seen together in many places!

What we see all the time is usually quite unique for most travelling divers. The marine life is loaded in the sanctuary zones of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, starting here at Coffs Harbour!