Kirsty and I went back to Stony Point for our second dive with the Cuttlefish. We originally thought that we might try for Black Point, which reportedly had even more Cuttlefish, but the rocks looked like it would be a difficult walk to the water with all of our gear. So, back to Stony Point, and in for another fantastic dive!

There was lots of mating behaviour, and males chasing off the competition, and protecting the females from interlopers.  The colours and patterns being displayed were amazing.

A couple of South Australian politicians, Eddie Hughes, MP, and Clare Scriven, MLC, were at the site today, talking about the increased area set aside to protect the Cuttlefish - a great initiative of the South Australian government.  If you look carefully, Kirsty and I can be seen in their video - for all of a couple of seconds :-)


Divers: Kirsty Batchelor, Peter Batchelor

Weather/Sea: N/W - 5 kts.
Visibility: 5 - 8 Metres.
Water temperature: 14°C.
Maximum depth: 4.5 metres.
Time of entry: 11:55am
Duration: 70 minutes.