Pig Island Sth 27-11-10
Pig Island Sth 160906
Pig Island 11-11-06
Martins Islet 11-11-06
Martins Islet 30-12-06
Pig Island 30-12-06
Pig Island 10-02-07
Toothbrush Island 10-02-07
Toothbrush Island 04-08-07
Toothbrush Island 03-11-07
Pig Island Nth 03-11-07
Pig Island Sth 23-02-08
Toothbrush Island 11-10-08
Pig Island Sth 28-11-09
Pig Island Nth 28-12-09
Pig Island Sth 20-02-10
Pig Island Sth 27-03-10
Pig Island Sth 06-11-10
Pig Island Sth 27-11-10
Martins Islet 27-11-10
Martins Islet 04-12-10
Pig Island Sth 21-04-11
Martins Islet 16-07-11
Martins Islet 13-08-11
Pig Island Sth 13-08-11
Pig Island Sth 19-11-11
Martins Islet 19-11-11
Pig Island 14-07-12
The Pinnacle 24-11-12
The Pinnacle 29-12-12
Pig Island Sth 29-12-12
The Pinnacle 01-06-13
The Pinnacle 11-01-14
Pig Island Sth 14-02-15


As always our plans at Port Kembla include the Bombo wreck but when we reached the site the area was covered in red algae.  Change of plan - we head over to Pig Island South - always a great dive.  The water remains a cold 15 degrees C but very clear.  There are quite a large number of schooling fish, some nice cuttles and  morays.  Another great dive at this location.

Our second dive for the day was at the south of Toothbrush Island.  We found the most interesting thing we could find on the bottom finder but at the bottom it was boring flat rock and kelp.  Not worth the effort.  Our experience with Toothbrush island is that the cave on the north side is interesting but there isn't much else in the area.


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