25th August 2019
After being out of the water for a while we were excited to get back out diving at South Solitary Island. While the visibility sadly hadn’t improved all that much when we got in at Buchanan’s Wall there was plenty of macro life to see, including Leafy Scorpion Fish, Cuttlefish, Nudibranchs and a pair of not so macro Eagle Rays.
After a surface interval we managed to get to the top end, where the current was improving the quality of the water before our eyes. Grey Nurse Sharks, Bullrays, Schooling Cow Nose Rays and huge schools of fish were in the gutters enjoying the extra nutrients in the water.