• “Another sensational day diving with BBDBB. A big school of baby barracuda’s,lots of wobbygongs, leopard shark and the star of the day (apart from Christina’s cookies) was the Manta. What a way to spend Sunday morning diving Julian Rocks with a great dive crew and above all, a great dive operation. See you next week for part 2 of ‘In search for the elusive hammerheads’ “(Allan via Facebook)

  • Homemade cookies, Allan’s special cakes, Tim Tams, fresh pineapple and best of all some great company on the boat, a day at Julian Rocks can’t any better than that, no matter what the diving is like (which was actually pretty good too, just a bit dirtier than yesterday…). We look forward to having you guys again next Saturday! Fingers crossed for some good weather…
  • Great shot of the friendly snapper at Julian Rocks by John Lawson
  • Now I don’t mean to push it, but John reckons he may have seen a Striped Marlin at Julian Rocks this weekend… How’s that?
  • Another beautiful shot of the friendly dolphin during our surface interval at Windarra Banks. I love the smile on his face…

    Playful Dolphin at Windarra Bamks on 10/3/12 by Matti Ovaska
  • A hard one to take photos of… Thanks for sharing Saturday’s Hammerheads shots with us, Kristie!

    Hammerhead Sharks at Windarra Banks on 10/3/12 by Kristie Gratton
  • Keep those beautiful shots coming, John. This was on Sunday, the forecast looks stunning all through the week. Who’s up for a dive on Thursday?

         

  • Beautiful day: Mantas and tons of Leopard Sharks at Julian Rocks in really good vis, what a nice surprise…
  • Wow!!!!!!! What a day at Windarra, that could have possible been the best dive of my life (still debating with myself about it…). I saw a huge school of Tuna with Hammerheads all through them cruising past us on the top of the pinnacle at Windarra. I would have easiily seen 30 Hammerheads this morning on the first dive. And Tuna as far as the eye can see (which was far in that amazing vis…). I’m on such a buzz, I feel like I’m flying for the rest of the day…
  • Special on tomorrow’s dive (10/3): Home baked chocolate chip cookies baked this afternoon. Rod and I shared one when they came out of the oven (just to make sure thy’re good enough for our divers ;)). They smell (and taste) sooooooo good…
  • Another one of John Lawson’s gems from last Sunday:

  • If you saw “Project Manta” on the ABC on Tuesday and liked it, think about booking yourself onto one of our trips to Julian Rocks, Manta sightings there have been going through the roof and as part of our service, we make sure that you get to dive it when the “crowds” from Byron have left. So you get to really enjoy the Mantas with a small group of divers. Give us a call on 1800858155 if you’re keen, we even have two spots left this Sunday!
  • Another great day at Julian Rocks, 3 Mantas, Bullrays, Eagle Rays, Leopard Sharks and… Iced Tim Tams in between dives! My kind of day…
  • Two stunning images from Saturday’s dive at Julian Rocks by John:

     
    John Lawson’s Photos

  • Windarra Banks got blown out, so we had a lovely day at Julian Rocks swimming with Mantas. No reason to complain. Photos are soon to follow (right, John?)