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  • Grey Nurse Sharks, & Dolphins are some of the sighting seen at Julian Rocks this month!!!

Grey Nurse Sharks, & Dolphins are some of the sighting seen at Julian Rocks this month!!!

Due to its amazing diversity and abundance of fish life with over 1000 recorded species of tropical, temperate and pelagic fish, Julian Rocks has earned a reputation as being one of the most prolific fish dives in the world. Whales, Dolphins, Manta Rays, Leopard Sharks, the endangered Grey Nurse Shark and three species of Turtle are all common visitors to Julian Rocks. All the action is just 10 minutes from Byron Bay's main beach!

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With average summer temperatures of 21C - 28C, and average winter temperatures of 15C - 21C, both locals and visitors are able to enjoy plenty of outdoor activities including the many festivals throughout the year.

Located just 2.5 kilometres from Byron Bay, one of Australia's most popular travel destinations, the Julian Rocks Marine Park is rated as one of the top ten scuba diving locations anywhere in Australia.

The mixing of tropical warm currents with cooler temperate waters makes the diving around Byron Bay unique. There is an amazing diversity and abundance of fish life with over 600 recorded species of tropical, temperate and pelagic fish. Whales, Dolphins, Manta Rays, Leopard Sharks, the endangered Grey Nurse Shark and three species of Turtle are all common visitors to the Julian Rocks. All the action is just 10 minutes from Byron's main beach!


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