6th January 2020 – Fish Galore at South Solitary Island

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6th January 2020

6th January 2020

Today, 6th of January 2020, all the Action was at the Northern End of South Solitary this morning, Cleaner Station was our first dive and it didn’t disappoint.

Heaps of Bullrays, Grey Nurse Sharks, Moray Eels, Wobbegong Sharks, were all spotted on this dive.

After morning tea in our surface interval, it was decided that dive two would be a drift dive from Cleaner Station to South Boulder.

We could hardly see the wall due to the huge amounts of marine life in the water! There were schooling Tarwhine, Blue fusiliers, and Bullseyes among the fish. Among the bigger fish were some black cod, a couple of Grey Nurse Sharks along the wall.

Congratulations to all of our PADI Open Water Scuba Divers that were certified today. Conor, Rex, Russel, Sean, Toby, Lisa-Maree, Jessica, Elara, Nicholas, and Lachlan, a big bunch today!

Conditions Report:

Visibity: 5m

Temperature: 21°C