What’s new at Blue Bay Divers?

You can find plenty more news and the latest updates on our Facebook page or check the latest dive report on our dive conditions page which gets updated after every dive.

11 June 2021:
They’re here! Up to 15 Grey Nurse Sharks sighted at the Rock today. Good vis at the moment, a great forecast for the weekend and we’ve just had a couple of cancellations for Saturday, so give us a call or send a message if you’d like to come out!
(Image by Josh Blank Photography)

10 June 2021:
Right on time! Whale sightings have increased significantly over the last couple of days, so it’s time to start our whale watching season. Our first trip will be this Sunday 13 June and then everyday (depending on the weather, of course) until the end of October. Give us a call, if you’d like to come out!

1 June 2021:
Any day now! We’re keeping our eyes open and we’re talking to local boats and operators down the coast… The whales are definitely on their way and sightings down South are increasing, so our whale watching season should start in the next 10 to 12 days! I guess we speak for everyone when we say WE CAN’T WAIT!

11 May 2021:
Glen (the liquid buddha) in action…
Thanks to Bec from “Beach to Reef” for the great capture!

24 April 2021:
Absolutely perfect conditions at the Rock today: Great vis, calm and no current. Definitely a 10 out of 10!

17 April 2021:
Magic days at Julian Rocks… The ocean is spoiling us this weekend!

8 March 2021:
How time flies! This week marks our 10 year anniversary in the Brunswick Heads boat harbour. A million thanks to our amazing customers! Thank you for your continued support and for being part of our success! We look forward to another decade with you…

12 February 2021:
After a couple of weeks of terrible conditions, we finally had a break from the bad weather and returned to stunning conditions at Julian Rocks yesterday. Highlight of the day (apart from two Mantas…) was definitely this Bowmouth Guitarfish, an extremely rare sighting at the rock! Thanks for being so quick with the camera and getting this amazing shot for us, John Natoli!

23 January 2021:
And then this happened…

22 January 2021:
So many Leopard Sharks today!