Wolf Rock – back with a vengeance

Wolf Rock Dive - Tin Can Bay resident, Jeff Nut, completing his PADI Advanced Open Water with Dive Instructor James

Tin Can Bay resident, Jeff Nut, completing his PADI Advanced Open Water with Dive Instructor James

After what has all around been terrible weather conditions, divers have made it back into the waters of Wolf Rock to be greeted by a crew of our resident Grey Nurse sharks.

Diving in low visibility may not be everyone’s choice, but here, it adds to the fun with your first sighting of a Grey Nurse being some smiling teeth looming out in front of you.

The visibility clearing up nicely in the last week, we have been lucky to spot some great variety on the site, with eagle rays, several species of stingray, wobbegongs, and even the incredibly rare bowmouth guitar shark!

Another sight underwater this month, was Tin Can Bay resident, Jeff Nut, completing his PADI Advanced Open Water Course under James’ enthusiastic instruction.

This course required Jeff to complete five dives in various specialised diving skills, such as deep diving, navigation and fish identification. Well done Jeff, and thanks for great diving.

Courses come through Wolf Rock regularly on request. We also have availability for a new Divemaster Trainee, an amazing three-month internship to become a PADI dive professional! For info, contact the team on 0754868004 or info@wolfrockdive.com.au