Our weeknd trip to Forster has a lot to offer.
Apart from sharks, the diving around Forster and Seal Rocks has a lot to offer. The water is usually clear, and a whole range of other sea creatures inhabit the waters. Wobbegongs, bull rays, turtles, beautiful sponge gardens gorgonians, morays, groper, the occasional marlin, schools of bream and yellowtail, plus much more. There are numerous dive sites to choose from up at Forster and Seal Rocks, The Pinnacle is a dive that has to be done to be believed. Ranging from 24-40m it has large gutters with sharks cruising around, wobbegongs laying peacefully on the bottom, huge schools of fish hanging motionlessly in the water, giant bull rays. Last time I dived the Pinnacle a huge turtle swam past us while we were doing our safety stop. Another great dive is Jimmy’s Cave at Edith Breakers (10-36m), an underwater cave system and giant swim throughs, it is very spectacular and it has to be dived to be believed. A lot of these dives are deep dives and you must be Advance Open Water Certified before comming on this trip.