Friday 22nd October 2021 – Hammerheads again!

Friday 22nd October 2021 – Hammerheads again!

Today after the crazy storm Coffs had on Wednesday, we headed out to South Solitary on Mega Wild for a double dive! On the first dive, we headed from Manta Arch to Cleaner Station. Just between Manta and Cleaner some of our divers saw a hundred plus Hammerhead Sharks, which circled past a few times. On…

Tara’s Fave Fish Friday – Gunther’s Butterflyfish

Tara’s Fave Fish Friday – Gunther’s Butterflyfish

Welcome to Tara's Fave Fish Friday! Where we explore one of Tara's favorite fish from the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Today's fave fish is the Gunther's Butterflyfish - Chaetodon Guentheri. These cuties are often found in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. They're a tropical but cold-water species, which makes the Dive Sites we see them at…

17th October 2021 – Sharks Galore at South Solitary Island

17th October 2021 – Sharks Galore at South Solitary Island

We took Mega Wild today and the ocean was beautiful and calm which made a quick trip to South Solitary Dive one was at Cleaner Station and we had some welcoming Grey Nurse Sharks at the bottom of the mooring. We had Black cod, Blue Groupers, a sleepy Green Sea turtle and schools of Fusilliers. Dive…

16th October 2021 – Grey Nurse Shark Saturday

16th October 2021 – Grey Nurse Shark Saturday

Today we headed out to South Solitary Island with our Padi Open Water students and certifed divers. Today's surface conditions were flat and calm allowing us to take our pick of the sights. Dive one for some of the crew was from Manta Arch to Shark Gutters, while the remainder of the divers enjoyed the shallower…

Tara’s Fave Fish Friday – Green Moon Wrasse!

Tara’s Fave Fish Friday – Green Moon Wrasse!

Welcome to Tara's Fave Fish Friday! Where we explore one of Tara's favorite fish from the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Today's fave fish is the Green Moon Wrasse - Thalassoma Lutescens. These cuties are abundant in the Solitary Islands Marine Park, and probably one of the most commonly seen Wrasse! They grow to about 30cm, feed…

10th October 2021 – Certified Open Water and Rescue Divers

10th October 2021 – Certified Open Water and Rescue Divers

We had Open Water and Rescue Diver students on board today and Split Solitary Island was our chosen destination. Split was nice as we could hide from the NE wind blowing through and the visibility was 10-15m Both dives were at Turtle Cove, we had lots of Wobbegongs, Nudibranchs, schools of Bullseyes, Pufferfish, a Numbray out…

9th October 2021 – Diving from Mega Wild

9th October 2021 – Diving from Mega Wild

Today we decided to take out Mega Wild on the dive trip!! Cruising a steady 25knots into a NW wind Mega Wild was out to South Solitary Island in about 20mins. On arrival the visibility was an epic 20-25m visibility, but water temp was a cooler 19C. Dive one the certified divers got in at Manta…

7th October 2021 – Hammer Head Season on the Horizon

7th October 2021 – Hammer Head Season on the Horizon

We had a choppy trip out to South Solitay Island but welcomed with clear water once arriving! Dive one was at Buchanan's Wall, we had Lindsay and the Deep Specialty students head out to the end of a wall where it tapers off to 30-33m while the certified divers stayed in the shallows with Mini and…

5th October 2021 Calm Conditions At Split Solitary Island.

5th October 2021 Calm Conditions At Split Solitary Island.

" 2Wild" headed out to Split Solitary Island this morning with a small group of divers and students. Dive one had all divers drop in on Turtle Cove Mooring, marine life seen on this dive were Painted Crays, Lionfish, Banded Coral Shrimps, and schools of Sweep around the mooring line. After a nice cup of hot…

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Jetty Dive Centre Dive Shop is at 398 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450. This is where you begin your experiences with us! All Scuba Dives and Snorkelling must check-in before moving to departure point.

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