Travelog for Wandy Hochgrebe

The Byron Underwater Festival 2007 The Byron Underwater Festival 2007
The first Byron Underwater Festival, which was held May 10-13 was a great success with more than 30 divers entering in the Underwater Shoot-Out and over 100 artworks submitted to the ‘Marine Visions’ Art Competition. The aim of the event was and is to be more than just another digital shoot-out competition.
Added: July 25th 2007 at 8:23am
Byron Bay - Where Tropical and Temperate Waters Merge Byron Bay - Where Tropical and Temperate Waters Merge
Although Byron Bay is one of Australia's most popular holiday destinations, only few people realise the fantastic marine environment Byron Bay has to offer. This popular subtropical township renown for its beautiful beaches and stunning hinterland is part of the Cape Byron Marine Park and home to the Julian Rocks Marine Sanctuary.
Added: December 1st 2006 at 6:08am
Just another day in Byron Bay Just another day in Byron Bay
Starting up and running a Divers Retreat here in Byron Bay has been the best decision ever. Talking to our guests about something I am passionate about is just great. You understand their enthusiasm about experiencing something new and of course most of them have fantastic stories to tell themselves on where to go and what they have seen.
Added: January 28th 2004 at 2:51am
Egg case of some sort ? Egg case of some sort ?
This pile of rubbery material found in reasonable shallow waters of Byron Bay looked like an egg band of some sort of mollusc. Any ideas ? - Please reply to my entry in the critters forum on the discussion board to comment.
Added: September 4th 2003 at 6:42pm
Eastern Smooth Boxfish Eastern Smooth Boxfish
Taken at Julian Rocks on 28 August 2003 - a cute little boxfish - Anaplocapros inermis (Thanks Akos) - used Sea & Sea DX-3000
Added: August 28th 2003 at 3:19am
Yellow-finned Angelfish Yellow-finned Angelfish
Another happy snap by Wandy taken at Julian Rocks in Byron Bay on 28 August 2003 - Sea & Sea DX-3000
Added: August 28th 2003 at 3:13am
Leopard Starfish Leopard Starfish
Because of my lack of experience I was looking for something that wouldn't swim away before I could aim the camera. This starfish was just perfect! Nice colours too - DX3000
Added: June 20th 2003 at 10:42pm
Julian Rocks Julian Rocks
Named by Captain Cook in 1776, Julian Rocks in Byron Bay consists of ancient sedimentary rock, remains of a volcanic eruption more than 20 million years ago. It is an extension of Cape Byron separated by water and forms a most unique marine reserve, providing shelter and food for more than 500 tropical and temperate fish species alone!
Added: May 14th 2003 at 12:00am
Leopard Sharks Up Close and Personal Leopard Sharks Up Close and Personal
The leopard shark (Stegostoma fasciatum) belongs to the Order of carpet sharks (Orectolobiformes) and is easily recognisable.
Added: May 13th 2003 at 11:03pm
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