The Humpback whales are here!

 Ivanna Tobar recently completed training and is now a fully qualified dive instructor - congratulations Ivanna

Ivanna Tobar recently completed training and is now a fully qualified dive instructor – congratulations Ivanna

At Wolf Rock Dive, we have started to see the whales during our dive tours to Wolf Rock, as they use the volcanic pinnacles as a navigational point after Double Island point.

Lucky passengers will see the whales on the way to and from the site and hear them continuously singing whilst underwater on the dive.

A huge congratulations to two of our divemaster trainees, who have now gone on to complete their Instructor training courses in Gili Trawangen and Port Douglas. All their hard work has paid off and now Ellen Myers and Ivanna Tobar are fully qualified diving instructors.

We have our second population of grey nurse sharks on the site this year, the pregnant females from 2017 leave and go south and another population move north to stay on the rock for their turn to gestate.

We have around 30 regularly at the moment and are still seeing majestic manta rays cruising around our 20m pinnacle.

The water temperature is dropping quickly, now 21 degrees. Great surface conditions are set to continue – join us for a day of adventure and marine interaction!

Please contact Wolf Rock Dive for more information. Email info@wolfrockdive.com.au or call 5486 8004 or 0498 743 795.