Byron Bay: One of the best diving sites in Australia

22 Nov

The only way to enter the open water from Byron Bay is by launching off the beach. It makes for peaceful waterways with few fisherman and lots of big fish.

The highlight of diving at Julian Rocks in Byron Bay is getting up close to these guys: grey nurse sharks.

Click the image for more of Shea's photos of diving at Julian Rocks.

Click the image for more of Shea's photos of diving at Julian Rocks.

Click the image for more of Shea's photos of diving at Julian Rocks.

Read about my encounter with a whale while diving at Byron Bay.

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4 Responses to “Byron Bay: One of the best diving sites in Australia”

  1. RoadRoving.com November 22, 2011 at 4:22 PM #

    “Best diving in Australia” is a pretty big call! I’ve heard others say the GBR is overrated, but what about southern WA?

    • theBubbleBuster November 23, 2011 at 11:32 AM #

      Diving at Byron was so much better than I expected – whales, sharks, turtles, big schools of fish! I will have to write a post with some details

  2. Byron bay accomodation November 24, 2011 at 6:24 PM #

    Yeah its so nice. But also the Byron bay accomodation was also better then i expected.

  3. Salvatore Kistner December 3, 2011 at 12:04 PM #

    Did you design the design this well with the default website tools? Your topic is incredible.

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