|Cape Banks Caverns 29-09-08|
After the Kelloe we were looking for dives that took us closer
back to Botany Bay. We hadn't done Cape Banks Caverns for a while
and have always enjoyed this site. It has a lot to offer the boat
diver. There are huge rock walls and formations, gutters and any
number of smaller to larger swim throughs and caves to swim into.
And the site is teeming with life. We found many PJs including one
juvenile PJ that swam towards Wayne and I (we were about a metre apart)
and continue to swim between us. We did see a devilfish but was
too shy to pose for a pic. A friendly moray eel made up for it.
There we lots of bullseye and one eye pullers in schools. A great
dive, despite us getting cold and ending early. The water is still
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