VIDEO: Diving with Australian Fur Seals at Barunguba (Montague Island), Narooma – Dive 2
Earlier this month I posted our first dive in Barunguba, which is also known as Montague Island and is situated approximately 9 kilometres south east of the town of Narooma. You can check out the first video and how to get there in my previous post.
We completed two dives on our first day and the surface interval was broken up with delicious tea and homemade muffins from Clover at Underwater Safaris – highly recommend that you hit them up for your diving needs if you’re ever in town. Check out their feature on the Australia Instagram account too:
“Care to join me for a dip? It’s rather nice in!” – When the local seals are this polite, how could you possibly resist? This unreal nature experience can be had year-round with @under_water_safaris in the sheltered bays of #MontagueIsland, which is only a four hour drive from @sydney in the @eurobodalla region. Home to the largest fur seal colony on the @visitnsw coast, this thriving eco hub is also a breeding ground for around 12,000 Little Penguins. Photo: @under_water_safaris #newsouthwales #eurobodalla #nature #wildlife #adventure
On our second dive, we stayed in the same location but just headed a different direction.
- Fiddler ray
- School of squid