29th February 2019 – Calm Before The Storm as Cyclone Oma Approaches
There is no better way to spend a Wednesday than underwater at South Solitary Island. Our divers saw plenty of action on both dives exploring the north and south sides of the island. Plenty of black cod, turtles, lionfish, moray eels, octopus and bullrays plus lots of macro life too!
Visibility still sitting around 15-20m while the water temp ranged from 20-24c. With cyclone Oma making way down the east coast it could be a few days before conditions are suitable for diving again. Let’s hope Oma runs out of strength before making landfall.