24th April 2020 – Another Beautiful Muttonbird Day!

24th April 2020 – Another Beautiful Muttonbird Day!

Today on 24th April 2020 we set out for an assissted Shore Dive off of Muttonbird Island. We loaded up 2 Wild with our Diver's gear and steamed around to the northern side of Muttonbird Island. Our customer's climbed down the end of North Wall and snorkelled to our boat to collect their gear - one…

22nd April 2020 – Shore Diving At Muttonbird Island

22nd April 2020 – Shore Diving At Muttonbird Island

Conditions at Muttonbird Island were fantastic this morning calm sea and clear water, all divers made there own way into the water to collect their dive gear from the boat station.Diving in pairs all groups saw lots of the smaller critters you see when shore diving.Small Wobbegong Sharks, a Blind Shark, Octopus, and small schools of…

21st April 2020 – Shore Dive Report

21st April 2020 – Shore Dive Report

21st April 2020 Today, 21st April 2020, we took out Wild Fin as a gear station to assist our shore divers in another shore dive off Muttonbird Island! Off Muttonbird Island a variety of beautiful fishlife was seen, from Yellow Tails to Eastern Blue Groupers. There were some playful octopus collecting shells and some lionfish. We…

20th April 2020 – Big Bull Ray at Cleaner Station!

20th April 2020 – Big Bull Ray at Cleaner Station!

Today on 20th of April 2020, we took 2 wild on a leisure trip to South Solitary for a dive. For our first dive, we descended onto Manta Arch. Here we found some eels, lionfish, and at least 7 Grey Nurse Sharks. There were a couple of octopus, and some Green Sea turtles, along with a…

19th April 2020 – Shore Diving Mutton Bird Island

19th April 2020 – Shore Diving Mutton Bird Island

With no charters operating at all for us here at Jetty Dive Centre we planned up the mega of all Shore Dives!! We had buddies organised to come get gear if needed and they all walked down North Wall with snorkeling gear, from there they hopped in the water near Mutton Bird Island, as they were…

30th March 2020 –  Last Dives for a While

30th March 2020 – Last Dives for a While

Today on 30th March 2020, we took South Solitary. For the first dive we dropped into Manta Arch. Straight after they dropped, one group spotted a Ornate Ghost Pipefish before heading into the gutters which were full of Grey Nurse Sharks. The Grey Nurse's came in nice and close to our divers, along with some Lionfish.…

29th March 2020 – Blue, Warm Water at South Sol!

29th March 2020 – Blue, Warm Water at South Sol!

29th March 2020 - For today's trip out to the Solitary Islands we took out Wild Fin with 6 customers - maintaining a 1.5m distance between each person (safety first!) Our first dive was on Buchannans Wall. This dive featured plenty of schooling fish, Tarwhine and Blue Fusiliers, and some big fish in the way of…

22nd March 2020 – Calmer Conditions At South Solitary Island

22nd March 2020 – Calmer Conditions At South Solitary Island

 Wildfin ventured out again this morning full of excited divers, Surface conditions had eased overnight so we made our way up to the top end of South Solitary Island.All the divers descended on Shark Mooring, before one group of divers had got to the bottom two Eagle Rays swam by. Visibility had dropped a bit, but…

21st March 2020 – Solitary Island Marine Parks at its Best

21st March 2020 – Solitary Island Marine Parks at its Best

With Wildfin back in action we made our way to South Solitary Island for a double dive. We were limited to both dives up the northern end due to the southerly wind that had come through but it did not disappoint, we had everything from one lone Grey Nurse Shark, Leopard Sharks, Bullrays, Mantis Shrimp, Black…

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OFFICE LOCATION

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.

BOATS DEPARTURE POINT

All our boats leave from the Public floating pontoon wharf opposite the “Attitude Burgers “ building.

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