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With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, fascinating history and plenty to see and do Whyalla is the ideal holiday destination.
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Sea & Sea YS-03 SOLIS Universal Lighting SystemSea & Sea YS-03 SOLIS Universal Lighting System
Price A$ 489.00
SeaLife Sea Dragon 3000F Auto Photo/Video LightSeaLife Sea Dragon 3000F Auto Photo/Video Light
Price A$ 629.00
Sea & Sea YS-01 Strobe headSea & Sea YS-01 Strobe head
Price A$ 529.00
Sea Dragon 2000F Photo/Video Light - GoPro® readySea Dragon 2000F Photo/Video Light - GoPro® ready
Price A$ 399.00
Fantasea Vacuum Underwater Housing for Canon G7X Mark IIIFantasea Vacuum Underwater Housing for Canon G7X Mark III
Price A$ 729.00
Yamaha SeaWing SeascooterYamaha SeaWing Seascooter
Price A$ 999.00
Hoverstar AquaJet Dive H2 - Underwater ScooterHoverstar AquaJet Dive H2 - Underwater Scooter
Price A$ 1,999.00
DJI Osmo Action - 4K Action Camera DJI Osmo Action - 4K Action Camera
Price A$ 489.00

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Whyalla Cuttlefish Trip 2006Whyalla Cuttlefish Trip 2006
On Friday the 16th June, a group of divers headed over to Whyalla, South Australia on the long-awaited trip to witness the world renowned event of Australian Giant Cuttlefish gathering in their masses for their annual mating and 'spawn-fest'.
Whyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and MoreWhyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and More
A four-hour drive west of Adelaide, Whyalla is a seaside mining town is known as the place “where the outback meets the sea”. To divers, Whyalla is known as Australia’s Cuttlefish Mecca. Each winter thousands of Australian Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) gather in the shallow waters around Whyalla to mate.
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