1st October 2018-Finally out for a Dive at South Solitary Island
After having great visibility and conditions last week, and missing out on diving the weekend with poor conditions, we were glad to get in the water today.
The trip out was a little bumpy with a stiff SW wind, but we sheltered from it at Shark Gutters and Cleaner Station. Visibility was down a bit but still very nice conditions underwater.
With always plenty to see at South Solitary, there was a few Nudibranchs of different types, along with a new Orange frogfish in Shark Gutters. As well as that we still have a number of Grey Nurse Sharks, including a few large pregnant ones. Two Great dives again.
Visibility 10-12 mtrs and Water Temp 19c
Photo taken by Craig. thanks!