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Little Seal Rock is one of New South Wales' primary grey nurse sharks sanctuaries.
|Name Dive Site:||Little Seal Rock|
|Depth: ||5-30m (16-98ft)|
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Little Seal Rock is one of Seal Rocks most renowned shark dive sites as it's not uncommon to see aggregations of 20-30 sharks on a single dive. There is a small gutter in one side of the rock where you will undoubtedly see the sharks' hangout. It's like a small version of the sharks lounge room at Big Seal Rock. At the right time of year, you may even see the Grey Nurse Sharks' brand new pups in this gutter. But be aware you must never enter the gutter, particularly at this time of year, as sharks are very territorial.
Other marine species you can see at this dive site include; Hundreds of schools of Baitfish, Yellowtail Kingfish, Giant Bull rays and up to 30 different species of Nudibranchs.
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