Apr

15

Conditions:

Visibility: 8m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 60minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details: A great dive at The Ledges. The dive started a bit uninteresting with surgey conditions, but after finding a cave full of Port Jackson Sharks we wanted more air to stay down longer.

Camera Details: Tokina 10-17mm 2 X Inon z240 Strobes

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Jun

21

Conditions:

Visibilty: 15m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 50minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details: A very surgey dive at the ledges. A couple of humpback whales spotted heading towards the heads from the boat.

Camera Details: Canon 60mm 2 X YS-D1 Strobes

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Jan

17

Dive Number: 546 17/01/2014 The Ledges

Conditions:

Visibilty: 15m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 50minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details: Wonderful visibility at The Ledges today. The dive finished with a large Wobbegong.

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

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Jul

16

Dive Number: 485 16/07/2013 The Ledges

Conditions: ?

Visibilty: 8m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 50minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details: The second dive was further down off Buckley Park to “The Legdes”. A bit surgey and dirty on this dive, but a nice place to explore. After such an exciting day though (with a Warty Prowfish and Humpback Whale encounter), this was a bit ho-hum.

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

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Feb

18

Dive Number: 441 18/02/2013 The Ledges, Buckley Park

Conditions: ??

Visibilty: 10m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 50minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details:

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

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Jan

11

Dive Number: 428 01/11/2013 The Ledges

Conditions: ??

Visibilty: 8m

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 45minutes

Max Depth: 21m

Details: The ledges. Dark, surgey and a wobbegong.

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

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Dec

23

Dive Number: 421 23/12/2012 The Ledges, Buckley Park

Conditions: ??

Visibilty: 10m+

Water Temp: ??c

Bottom Time: 50minutes

Max Depth: 20m

Details: A nice section of reef off Buckley Park with large ledges and gullies. A Banded Sea Perch was a highlight.

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

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