7th May 2016 – Diving at the Solitaries doesn’t get much better!
South Solitary Island put on another great show for us today. Flat sea, sunny sky and clear blue water! What more could you ask for on a Saturday in Autumn! Whilst Manta Arch was inhabited by Grey Nurse Sharks, the Cleaner Station was buzzing with life. Black Cod, Turtles, Jewfish, Sweetlip and Bullrays amongst all of the usual macro life. Dive two took us on a swim down the Boulder Wall. More Giant Black Cod, Eagle Rays, schooling Tarwhine, Mado and Sweep were just some of the life spotted by our divers on this dive.
Vis 20 plus meters, temp 23c.