The water temp has dropped to a chilly 20 degrees, but our divers have still been lucky enough to see regular manta rays and large numbers of grey nurse sharks. The real treat this month has been the humpback whales frolicking around Wolf Rock. With four underwater sightings in one week, we’ve had some pretty happy divers.
We had a special day with three whales circling the boat for the hourly lunch and surface interval and a four-manta mating chain on the dive site. Pretty special! The water visibility is a crisp 15-20m and large schools of trevally are blanketing the rock.
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