Mantis Schrimp, Cook Island, April 2010
If you want to swim with the fishes, then go to Julian Rocks, Byron Bay. We’ve just had another fabulous weekend of diving. This time we decided to spend the weekend at Byron Bay, so we booked three dives with … Continue reading
While diving at Julian Rocks this weekend, we witnessed our first leopard shark dance. Well that’s what it looked like. We can only imagine that this shark was trying to rid itself of a few parasites.
Probably our last dive at Julian Rocks for some time, and it was a good one, (they’re all good dives at Julian Rocks). On this dive we had about 15 metres visibility with a moderate current. Our previous dives at … Continue reading
We had planned to dive at Julian Rocks again on Wednesday, but the weather was not looking too promising, with high winds, big swell and low visibility, so we decided to cancel and do a quick shore dive in the … Continue reading
Julian Rocks, the first dive destination on our Long Adventure. This dive is rated by many as one of the best dives in Australia, and it’s easy to see why. We have dived Julian Rocks many times and have … Continue reading
We spent a few days at Byron Bay, diving around Julian Rocks. You are guaranteed to see grey nurse sharks this time of year (August) and we wern’t disappointed. We managed to get nice and close to the sharks (less than … Continue reading