The water is getting colder and the Giant Cuttlefish early arrivals are beginning to swim into Whyalla looking for love.
Snorkel or dive from the shore at Stony Point at Point Lowly to watch their colourful and courtship antics. They aren’t out too far or down too deep. Remember to wrap up warm with a good wet-suit. Dive gear is available to hire locally.
Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc are offering guided dives with professional snorkel leaders and marine biologists. For a limited time Eyre Peninsula locals get 66% off the ticket price and Early birds can enjoy a discount of 33%. CLICK HERE for more information and to book.
This is the largest aggregation of Giant Cuttlefish in the world and is unique to Whyalla.
To find out more about the Whyalla Giant Cuttlefish visit www.whyalla.com/cuttlefish
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Can I buy a gift voucher to dive with the giant cuttlefish for my daughter’s birthday. She has some diving experience. Her birthday is in late August.
Hi Penny. Thanks for contacting us. For more information on your request, we’d suggest contacting the Whyalla Visitor Centre on Phone: (08) 8645 7900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, RDAWEP.