Double Tank Dive on Wolf Rock
We are a dedicated marine sanctuary and home to Queenslands only known aggregation of pregnant female Grey nurse sharks. Not only do we see these sharks all year round, but have large schools of pelagic fish such as Travelly and Barracuda and giant Queensland grouper. During the summer months we see Leopard sharks, olive sea snakes, guitar sharks, schools of Eagle and Bull rays and from Feb-May Manta Rays are frequently sighted. Winter sees the migration of Humpback Whales traveling north and we often see breaching whales and dolphins during our boat trip to and from the site. Visibility ranges from 10-30m and temperature 20 degrees in the winter – 28 degrees in the summer.
Both prices includes a picnic lunch of sandwiches, biscuits, cake and drinks. During winter months, hot soup and waterproof jackets are provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements or allergies.
Meet time is 8am at the dive centre, we kit up complete paperwork and briefings then launch our boat. It takes around 45 minutes to the dive site.
We then do two dives on the site with surface interval and lunch on the boat.
We return to the shop around 2.30-3pm so roughly a 6 hour charter. We can offer a local Rainbow Beach pick up for guests without transport.
No additional cost for Advanced divers (certified to 30m) or higher.
– Full equipment hire ($60)
– Adventure Deep Dive ($50)
Minimum qualification is Open Water diver. (Certified to 18m)
However, Open Water divers must complete extra training during the dive, this is the Adventure Deep dive. Reading materials to be collected the day prior and completed over night. Meet time of 7.30am for a special briefing with the Instructor. You will complete some skills at the beginning of your first dive on Wolf Rock then continue diving with the group as normal. Your logbook will be stamped and signed at the end of the trip and this can credit towards further Adventure or Advanced training at a later date.