Whyalla June 20&21 2020 Weekend Away


Every year between May and August, thousands of Giant Australian Cuttlefish (Sepia
apama) descend on the rocky coastline near Whyalla to spawn.These amazing 'chameleons of the sea' are one of the largest species of cuttlefish found in the world.
During these months, the female attaches her eggs to the underside of the rocky ledges around the area. The male then fertilizes these eggs, which hatch a couple of months later. The males can only reproduce once and the females die not long after.
Join Adelaide Scuba instructor's and divers, for a fun,
fantastic diving weekend away to see this! Register today!