The winter creatures have arrived in force and there are now a large number of Grey Nurse Sharks circling the rocks at Byron Bay.
Visibility was a little down later in the day as choppy waves stirred up the sediment in the shallows. The temperature was 21 degrees in the deeper sections.
This Conch shell is sitting next to its eggs on the wall of Hugo's Trench at Byron Bay
This wobbegong shark is sleeping next to Split Bommie
Cod on the South Wall of Julian Rocks
Coral at the bottom of the south wall at Julian Rocks
This Grey Nurse is cruising through the trenches north of Julian Rocks