Guest magicsprout

Port Noarlunga from underneath

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    Great photo's - it's fantastic there isn't it. We have snorkelled there but I have a fear of deep water so I can only tolerate it for a little while before the panic sets in! If anyone has any ideas of how I can get over this I would be grateful!

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    Guest magicsprout

    go on a low tide and stay close to the reef i guess, or wear a wetsuit its impossible to sink. i was a bit wary at first it is very deep down there

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    I used to swim out to there...........couldn't now as i would be harpooned....lol Also it will be a long way to swim from the UK.

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    go on a low tide and stay close to the reef i guess, or wear a wetsuit its impossible to sink. i was a bit wary at first it is very deep down there

     

    It drops of steeply to about 6 -7 m. I've trolled up and down the reef closely when the Salmon are in.

    On the southern arm of the reef where the gap is - it suddenly drops to 19 M!

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    Guest Irishblondie

    Lovely pics!! Especially compared to some others I've seen today...Spiders and snakes :S lol. Hope u had fun :)

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