Dive Number: 562 03/03/2014 Dalmeny Boat Ramp


Visibilty: 10m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 60minutes

Max Depth: 13m

Details: This second dive we went out through the gully and then headed right(east) towards the southern point. As the water got deeper, the colours and vegetation got more prolific and there were some really beautiful little gullies and crevices covered in gorgonians, sponges and ascidians. We spotted a couple Port Jackson sharks, a few different species of rays and a Boarfish was a bit of a surprise. Towards the end of the dive, literally thousands of mados and sweep hovered above a bommie. The water column was thick with fish and it was truly incredible to swim through so many fish. This was a really great dive. On the way in i finally managed a decent pick of the elusive Eagle Rays in the area. My dive buddy ended up diving the northern point later in the day and said that was really good too.

Camera Details: Tokina 10-17mm 2 X YS-D1 Strobes