Been a while since we dived in Port Kembla, so today we did. Shipping movements were so, the Bombo had to wait for dive 2. We headed to the pinnacle with nice conditions we anchored on the North East wall. This wall is a very steep sloe from 18m to 28m and has lots of growth and quite a few of the standard Nudibranchs on it. Not a great deal of fish life. Current was non existent on the surface, but quite strong on the bottom. Visibility good at 8-10m
After a long surface interval, we headed to the Bombo. The wind had picked up a little but it didn't stop us. We anchored midship where the keel had broken. Heading to the prop and rudder with 15-20m visibility. A lot of fish around, but no Wobbegongs. A great dive.
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