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Diving report

Diving report - Lady Elliott to Byron Bay

These dive reports are the latest information available from dive charter operators between Lady Elliot Island and Byron Bay. Over time we will expand our information sources and provide dive reports for the whole Queensland coast. Experienced divers will be aware that visibility and water temperature can change at any time, due to ocean currents or changing weather conditions and sea state, so although these reports are given to us in good faith, there is no guarantee that dive conditions will remain the same. However, it is a good guide to what’s been happening and does put you in touch with dive operators who you can call for more specific information about the dive sites in the reports.

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Updated at: 4.30pm Friday, August 29, 2014


Lady Elliot Island

Vis: 10-15m at Severence Wreck, Three Pyramids, Second Reef and Coral Gardens. Water temp: 22deg. Reef sharks, cowtail, eagle and manta rays, wobbegong, grey reef whaler, mackerel, moray eels, leafy scorpion fish, batfish, barramundi cod, maori wrasse, lionfish, butterfly fish and turtles seen.

Lady Elliot Dive Centre 4156 4444

http://www.ladyelliot.com.au

Rainbow Beach

Diving trips have been restricted by weather this week; will dive again once the conditions settle.

Wolf Rock Dive Centre 5486 8004

http://www.wolfrockdive.com.au

Moreton Island

Conditions have not been favourable for offshore diving. Will dive again once the seas settle.

Snorkel Safari Brisbane 33683766

http://www.brisbanediving.com

North Stradbroke Island

Visibility at Flat Rock has been good; however big swell has made it unsafe to dive. Will get out there again once the swell drops off.

Manta Lodge & Scuba Centre 3409 8888

http://www.mantalodge.com.au

Tweed Coast

Offshore conditions are rough and coastal bars are not safe for crossing. Will dive again once the seas settle.

Ocean Diving & Photographics 0418 750084

http://www.oceandive.com.au

Byron Bay

No report; too much swell to launch off the beach safely. Conditions should improve by Sunday.

Sundive Dive Centre 02 6685 7755

http://www.sundive.com.au

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