Forster & Seal Rocks Easter Trip
Dive with large schools of kingfish, jewfish, tuna and rays as well as Grey Nurse Sharks and the odd bronze whaler... Escape the city over the long Easter weekend and experience some of the most exciting diving NSW has to offer. The DCB Forster/Seal Rocks Easter Dive trip is on. Declared a Marine Reserve in 1999, the waters around Forster and Seal Rocks offer exceptional diving.
25 - 27 March 2016
HOW MUCH AND WHAT IS INCLUDED?
|- Four boat dives, stay two nights.|
|- Six boat dives, stay three nights|
Prices include tanks and weights, all boat dives and accommodation (continental breakfast is included). Nitrox fills are available for $15.
WHERE DO WE GO?
Little Rock: Grey Nurse Sharks, huge cod, schools of kingfish, snapper and the occasional Bronze Whaler Shark all add to the experience. Circumnavigation of the island is possible on a single dive. Dive depth: 15-22m.
Jimmy's Cave: This cave rivals anything similar in Australia and is a favourite spot amongst local divers. Grey Nurse Sharks, cod, jewfish and giant lobsters can all be found here, as can a Black Coral tree. Advanced Certification as well as a torch are essential for this dive. Depths: 10-34m.The Interlinked Caves:The Interlinked Caves are located in the same area as Jimmy's Cave. The depth is also very similar to Jimmy's Cave at 33 metres. As the name suggests, these caves lie adjacent to one another. As you exit one, another entrance presents itself to be explored. We have had many divers comment that this is the best sea cave dive that they have ever done.