Wolf Rock Dive charters often spot our local dolphins
Wolf Rock Dive have been having a fun September with plenty sightings of humpback whales, as they head south to Antarctica for the summer with their new babies and an eventual well-deserved meal for the mums.
Whilst in transit and feeding their young calves, the mother whales don’t eat, giving all their blubber reserves to the baby through their milk.
Manta rays, leopard and wobbegong sharks, eagle and bull rays are frequently sighted on most dives at Wolf Rock. We are also seeing on average 10-15 grey nurse sharks, which is encouraging as many have moved south to Byron Bay and South West Rocks.
The resident Tin Can Bay dolphins often pop up to say hello to our divers on the way out from Carlo Point boat ramp.
Now heading into school holidays and the summer season, are you looking for a Christmas gift idea? Diving charter and course gift vouchers are available to purchase from the shop, and we stock a small range of masks, snorkels and retail, and can order in more specific items to suit.
Contact us for more information: 07 5486 8004.