New and returning faces at Wolf Rock

Wolf Rock Dive - The latest PADI Open Water Certified scuba divers - Bailey Symons, Charlie Kingsley, Alex Heathcote, James Nelson, Emily Simpson, Colin Thrupp

The latest PADI Open Water Certified scuba divers – Bailey Symons, Charlie Kingsley, Alex Heathcote, James Nelson, Emily Simpson, Colin Thrupp

This month some of our friendly local faces took the plunge and completed their PADI Open Water SCUBA Diver course.

Most weekends you’ll see Charlie Kingsley working hard at the IGA, or down the beach patrolling with the Rainbow Beach SLSC, but not his birthday weekend.

That was spent on the boat with Wolf Rock Dive. Charlie has grown up in Rainbow, but Wolf Rock Dive had the amazing opportunity to show him a part of Rainbow Beach he hadn’t seen before.

Along with Charlie, Bailey from Tin Can Bay completed his open water the following weekend and is using these skills to keep building his portfolio of boating qualifications.

A lot of locals may know Summer best for her delicious coffee while she works at Little Parliament, but on those rare days off, she has also started coming on board with us to start her diving adventures.

The staff at Wolf Rock are all stoked to be able to share the magic we experience on a daily basis with this town.

Perhaps encouraged by our local appearances, our migrating Leopard sharks have returned for the summer, somewhat early.

The Leopard shark population on the East Coast of Australia travels between Byron Bay and Far North Queensland.

These stunning carpet shark-like animals eat crustaceans and bivalves and use Wolf Rock and the waters around Double Island Point as a sanctuary.

Want a chance to see these beautiful creatures? Call us at Wolf Rock Dive: 07 5486 8004.