Weather conditions had been good for a couple of days, so I hoped that the visibility would be OK, even with the little bit of rain a few days earlier, and this turned out to be the case. There was a lot of life around for this dive, ranging from big schools of Zebrafish, accompanied by Sweep and Snapper, a couple of pairs of Old Wives, some Moonlighters, and a small school of Silver Trevally. The highlight was finding 13 Port Jackson Sharks in the ledges around one small part of the reef! Some of them appeared to have small cleaner fish on them, which is the first time I've seen this.

 


Diver: Peter Batchelor
Weather/Sea: Calm
Visibility: 6 - 8 Metres.
Water temperature: 13°C.
Maximum depth: 4.5 metres.
Time of entry: 9:30am
Duration: 65 minutes.