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Underwater Photo Location: Shiprock

Underwater Photo Location: Shiprock

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Located in the suburb of Lillipilli, on Port Hacking, Sydney. A marine reserve with plenty of life but poor visibility. Can only be dived on change of tide due to strong tidal currents.
Facts about Shiprock
  • It is in Australia
  • Shiprock is in the Tasman Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

by Doug Anderson
Coral polyp, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Green Moray, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Weedy Sea Dragon, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Fan-bellied Leatherjacket, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Hermit Crab, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Pineapple fish, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Chromodoris daphne, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Ceratosoma amoenum, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Imperturbable. Scorpionfish and Daphne's Chromodoris

by Doug Anderson
Ceratosoma amoenum, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Glossodoris atromarginata, Shiprock

by Doug Anderson
Slugged in the eye.

by Doug Anderson
Six-spined Leatherjacket. Shiprock, Port Hacking

by Matthias Wildermuth
Threefin on a shoredive, size 2 cm CanonD500 60 mm macrolens with Inon wetlens, two InonZ240 strobes F/5.6 1/160 ISO 100

by Doug Anderson
Eastern Hulafish. Shiprock, Port Hacking

by Gaetano Gargiulo
The "best" flower of the bunch... pretty unusual to see a scorpionfish hiding in the octocoral
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