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Scuba Diving in Australia is world class and Sydney offers diving unmatched by any large city. A recent study revealed that Sydney has more marine species than…
Abyss Scuba Diving
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My Happy Place
Mucho jealous of Abyss Scuba Diving in Sydney - diving earlier today at Captain Cook National Park! [8th June 12]
Irish In Auckland
Dive with the blue gropers.
Seadragons at Kurnell
Seadragons living in the Kelp at Kurnell
Cape Solander is a great site.
Port Jackson Shark
Old Wives at Fish soup - Oak Park
Watching the world swim by.
Borefish - often seen at Kurnell, this one was at Oak Park, Cronulla
Diving at Oak Park in August
Keep your eyes open and you will be amazed how many octopus you will see.
Under The Sea
Do you think he needs to clean his teeth
Sponge gardens of Oak Park
Weedy Sea Dragon
Life Under The Sea
Beneath The Sea
Sea And Ocean
Looking into the eyes of a seadragon
Sydney New South Wales
Blue Groper are seen on most dives
Seahorses are found most frequently at Kurnell and BareIsland
A turtle at Kurnell. They are best seen on mid week dives.
A Giant Cuttlefish Fish near the end of its life
Gaint Cuttlefish fish come in to lay eggs July - November
The waters of Sydney have a number of large rays.
Deep Blue Sea
Seadragons are one of the magical creatures in Sydney water