2022 Jun Dive Giant Cuttlefish Migration

Whyalla, South Australia

Every winter the Whyalla coastline sees an aggregation of giant cuttlefish. Reaching up to 60cm in length and weighing up to 5kg, they migrate to the shallow waters to mate and reproduce. Males outnumber the females which leads to displays of unusual and spectacular behaviour as the males compete. Cuttlefish are highly intelligent creatures who are able to change their colour, shape and texture.

There is the option to stop on the way at Rapid Bay to dive with the leafy seadragons. 

5 Days / 4 Nights / 8 Dives

Cost: $500


Thursday 9 June 2022           

Drive to Rapid Bay, get an afternoon dive at Rapid Bay

Friday 10 June 2022

1 shore dives Rapid Bay Jetty
Drive to Whyalla
Stay at Whyalla Foreshore Discovery Park

Saturday 11 to Sunday 12 June 2022

3 shore dives per day including a night dive
Stay at Whyalla Foreshore Discovery Park

Monday 13 June 2022

Maybe another dive.

Drive back to Melbourne

Costs Include:

Dive Guide services
BBQ Dinner