23rd January 2019 – Hammer Heads and 25m Visibility

23rd January 2019 – Hammer Heads and 25m Visibility

Surface conditions were not as good as yesterday but visibility and water temperature were still very nice!! Dive one was at Buchanan's Wall and the visibility was an easy 25-30m down deep although it was a few degrees cooler down there. Lots of huge Wobbegongs, a friendly Eastern Blue Groper and a few Anglerfish down deep.…

22nd January 2019 – E.A.C looks to stick around

22nd January 2019 – E.A.C looks to stick around

With the water temp up around 23-24C and visibility a good 20-25m the East Australian Current looks to be here for sometime!! The Gantry, Cleaner Station, Manta Arch, Shark Gutters and South Boulder were all used as dive sites today as Wildfin and 2Wild divided them evenly among the Scuba Divers and Snorkellers. Everyone had an…

21st January 2019 – Water and Action warms up at South Solitary Island

21st January 2019 – Water and Action warms up at South Solitary Island

It looked promising when we had 22c water temp just outside the harbour and then 24.5c at South Solitary on the boat sounder, however it wasn't quite as good at depth. Nice blue warm water temp of 23c at the surface, but dropping to 21c and feeling cooler in patches and at depth. Plenty of action…

20th January 2019 – Blue Water Back In At South Solitary

20th January 2019 – Blue Water Back In At South Solitary

Clear blue water and a jump in temperature greeted both Wildfin and 2 wild at South Solitary today. Our divers rolled in at the top end of the island, While 2 Wild's divers busied themselves at Cleaner Station hunting Nudibranchs for the inaugural Sea Slug Census. Wildfin unloaded at Shark gutters where the divers found a…

15th January 2019 – Big day for little stuff

15th January 2019 – Big day for little stuff

With surface conditions easing from yesterday TooWild cruised out to South Solitary for our dives. on arrival at Cleaner Station we were greeted by a school of Hammerheads. On dropping in we found the visibility had dropped overnight, making for some interesting navigation and an awesome macro dive. Dozens of Nudibranchs, along with Spanish dancers, Lionfish,…

14th January 2019 – Painted Angler enjoying South Solitary Island

14th January 2019 – Painted Angler enjoying South Solitary Island

Cleaner Station at South Solitary Island was the first pick today followed by a one way swim from the top end around to The Gantry. Both dives had plenty to see including Black Cod, Giant Cuttlefish, Lionfish, Grey Nurse Sharks, loads of Nudibranchs, a few Bullrays and Turtles near the gap and our new local the…

13th January 2019 – Blue Water at South Solitary Island

13th January 2019 – Blue Water at South Solitary Island

With both boats full of excited divers and snorkelers we headed out to South Solitary Island in search of blue water. Arriving at the island we were pleased to find blue water and the temp had gone up too, Wildfin divers dropped in at Shark Gutters and Two wild divers dropped in at Buchanan's wall. All…

12th January 2019 – Certified PADI Freedivers at South Solitary Island

12th January 2019 – Certified PADI Freedivers at South Solitary Island

Surface conditions today were rather pleasant and the improved visibility made it a cracker of a day!! While Wildfin had all the scuba divers 2Wild had the snorkelers and Freedivers, their was plenty to see throughout the day by everyone on both boats including Grey Nurse Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks!! Bullrays, Black Cod, Moray Eels, Turtles, Painted…

11th January 2019 – Glassy Water and Good Diving

11th January 2019 – Glassy Water and Good Diving

Diving conditions at South Solitary are continuing to improve with glassy conditions and visibility at a fairly steady 10m today. Cleaner Station, Shark Gutters and Boulder Wall were all home to Grey Nurse Sharks, Black Cod and even more Nudi's! Our resident Angler Fish and Giant Cuttlefish are also still hanging about! Visibility: 7-10m Water Temperature:…

Where to find us.

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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