Very cloudy water! Several days of strong Southerlies and some heavy rain reduced the visibility considerably. We started off by seeing a Banjo Shark and a Stingaree, but then the fish life got much harder to find, although we did see Southern Hulafish, Goatfish, Sweep, Old Wives, and quite a few Snapper. We did manage to find a small cave where a number of Leatherjacket species, Scalyfins, Wrasse, Magpie Perch, and some Old Wives seemed to be sheltering. The Snapper were quite inquisitive (or perhaps agressive) today - coming up to us and extending their fins before swimming away from us.

Divers: Peter Batchelor, Kirsty Batchelor

Weather/Sea: Southerly, 10-15 kts.
Visibility: 2-4 metres.
Water temperature: 18°C.
Maximum depth: 4.7 metres.
Time of entry: 12:15.
Duration: 60 minutes.