9-10 April 2011
|Coordinator: Scott Hunt|
The original trip notice has been archived.
The Weather Gods were very kind indeed. Fine sunny weather, water was a balmy 22C, the visibility was excellent out wide (25m+), and quite reasonable closer in, and there was very little swell.
Foggy Cave was at its best - with half a dozen Grey Nurse Sharks cruising around in superb viz. Other sites dished up Sea spiders, Eastern Blue Devilfish, tiny tiny cuttlefish, and plenty of nudibranchs including a couple of rather unusual ones.
Shore divers in Terrigal Haven missed out on the resident anglerfish, but instead turned up ghost pipefish, a seahorse, painted stinkfish and tropical visitors such as bannerfish and moorish idols.
Arwen and Kim have provided some photos below, and Scott has put some photos on his website.