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Forster WeekendThis is a prime location for shark diving, and you will surely see some incredible marine life. So pack your […]
Nelson BayThe signature dive at Nelson Bay is Broughton Island, in particular, Shark dive at the ‘Looking […]
Cage DivingThe depart from and return to Port Lincoln, South Australia. The vessel has two cages; one cage is for surface […]
Fish Rock CaveLocated at South West Rocks, a five-hour drive north of Sydney is Fish Rock and its large grey nurse sharks. […]
There is lots of great shark diving relatively near to Sydney
Shark Diving Sydney
Shark diving in NSW, particularly at the Magic Point shark dive site, offers an incredible opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures up close in their natural environment. This impressive dive site, located just off the coast of Sydney, is often referred to as a natural shark aquarium due to the abundant marine life that inhabits the area.
At Magic Point, you can dive with the grey nurse shark, a species known for its docile nature and unique appearance. This shark species is a major attraction for divers seeking an unforgettable underwater adventure. In addition to grey nurse sharks, the sea life in Sydney and the surrounding areas are also home to the fascinating Port Jackson sharks. These smaller, bottom-dwelling sharks are known for their distinctive markings and intriguing behaviours.
The excellent dive sites at Magic Point and throughout NSW provide a unique opportunity to witness these incredible animals up close and gain a newfound appreciation for their role in the ocean ecosystem. By diving with sharks in Sydney, you will not only experience the thrill of encountering these majestic predators but also gain a deeper understanding of their importance in maintaining the delicate balance of marine life.
Great White Shark Cage Diving
Rodney Fox offers an amazing liveaboard great white shark safari in South Australia. All trips depart from and return to Port Lincoln, just a 40-minute flight from Adelaide. The vessel has two cages; one cage is for surface cage diving, and the other is for ocean-floor shark cage diving so scuba divers can observe great whites face to face in a shark cage dive. More Details...
Coral Sea Shark Attraction
The Coral Sea is renowned for its remote reefs with walls plunging thousands of meters, attracting exciting pelagic fish life. Mike Balls Spoil Sport make the most of this natural abundance by offering opportunities for the dive and shark to be up close. You will get near enough to admire these amazing creatures while diving with sharks, from the glint of their silver sandpaper skin to the ampullae on their snouts, and be able to look right into their eyes, turning your dream to swim with sharks into reality!
The major Mike Ball shark expeditions are the Fly Dive Coral Sea; Shark Shooter Expedition; Coral Sea Exploratory, and the Far North Coral Sea Exploratory. More detail...
Local Guided Shark Diving Trips
We run regular guided trips to both Nelson Bay and Fish Rock Cave, where you dive with grey nurse sharks.
Located less than three hours north of Syndey is Nelson Bay. The signature dive at Nelson Bay is Broughton Island, in particular, ‘Looking Glass ’, which is a dive through a crack and arch in the rock, which you’ll share with the grey nurse. More Details
Located 250 Km north of Sydney, Forster boasts the biggest aggregation of grey nurse sharks on the East coast of Australia. More Details
Located at South West Rocks, a five-hour drive north of Sydney, Fish Rock Cave is the only true ocean cave dive in Australia; running 125 metres right through Fish Rock, Fish Rock is famous for its large shark dives. More Details
Bull Sharks in Fiji
On the fringes of Beqa Lagoon, Shark Reef Marine Reserve was created to study the resident shark population. Here you get the chance to mingle with multiple bull sharks (largest in the world), whitetip reef sharks, blacktip reef sharks, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, grey reef sharks, silvertip sharks and over 300 species of fish. This is a very exciting shark dive More Details
Fun Facts About Sharks (Selachimorpha)
- Sharks have been around for over 400 million years.
- Sharks are found in all oceans of the world.
- There are over 500 species of sharks.
- The largest shark is the whale shark, which can grow up to 18m in length.
- The smallest shark is the dwarf lantern shark, which only grows to be about 20 cm long.
- Sharks are carnivores and typically eat fish, squid, and other marine animals.
- Some sharks can live to be over 100 years old.
- Sharks have a sense of smell that is 10,000 times more sensitive than a human's sense of smell.
- Sharks have rows of razor-sharp teeth that they use to tear their prey apart.
- Although sharks are often feared by humans, they are actually responsible for very few attacks on humans each year
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