Bass Point

A photo from Bass Point
Cuttlefish I
A photo from Bass Point
Ducan teaching an old cuttlefish new tricks
A photo from Bass Point
Between the legs of the pier
A photo from Bass Point
Plastic gets everywhere (but at least this bit was fished out)

Finishing 2020 just like we began, SSAC was again diving at Bass Point and again we were beaten by the summer crowds and ending up diving the Gravel Loader. On the plus side at least there were no Bushfires to worry about even if the holiday traffic resulted in a classic 'rolling wave' dive formation with pairs going in as and when they arrived.

Pulling stumps and retreating to Rick & Soo place we planned an early arrival at Bushrangers Bay the following day. While the weather was more overcast, the bay was flat as a tack, which combined with a handy rock platform to sit to fin up, made for an easy entry and exit. While some missed the memo about the rock ledge between the inner and outer parts of the bay meaning it's better to follow a compass bearing than try following the rock wall to get back everyone enjoyed the Grey Nurse sharks which were unphased by group after group of divers passing by.

A photo from Bass Point
Homeward bound
A photo from Bass Point
Grey Nurse Shark I
A photo from Bass Point
Stonefish
A photo from Bass Point
Smile for the camera
A photo from Bass Point
Once you get bored of the sharks, look for the little things
A photo from Bass Point
Grey Nurse Shark II
A photo from Bass Point
Eel II
A photo from Bass Point
Eel I
A photo from Bass Point
The sand has eyes