Weekend 2-5 July 2021
The site is along the fenceline next to the refinery and the action starts from the moment you step into the water.
Whyalla is located 396 km northwest of Adelaide on Spencer Gulf. The city is the largest in the Upper Gulf region. It was founded in 1901 as the town of Hummock Hill and later renamed Whyalla in 1914. It was established as the port to ship iron ore from the nearby Middleback Ranges. Every year between May and August thousands of Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia Apama) descend on the rocky coastline between Fitzgerald Bay and False Bay near Whyalla. These amazing chameleons of the sea are one of the largest species of cuttlefish and can reach up to 60 cm in length and can weigh up to 5 kg. The water is cold but well worth the effort.
The rocks at the end of the pathway as you enter the water can be slippery so take care. The water temperature is around 10-12 degrees.
Trips should be booked as early as possible especially when accommodation is required.
To assist with bookings please let us know the following information when you are registering.
- How many divers
- How many non divers
- Whether or not accomodation is required and if so for how many adults/children and when arriving /leaving
- Any other information you feel is necessary