Wolf Rock Dive Site

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area

Wolf Rock, located off the coast of Rainbow Beach near Gympie, is an action packed dive site with few equals. A dive for experienced divers only, due to the depth and strong currents, Wolf Rock comprises of five interconnecting pinnacles that rising from 35 metres. Two of the pinnacles break the surface, but the others progressively get deeper. Grey nurse sharks are the big attraction at Wolf Rock, with packs of these large sharks patrolling the channels between the pinnacles and the nearby rocky gutters. But they are not the only sharks divers will see as wobbegongs, leopard sharks and even bronze whaler sharks can be seen here. Colouring these incredible rocky pinnacles are black coral trees, spiky soft corals, hard corals, gorgonians and spiral sea whips. Many ledges cut into the rock and are home to moray eels, nudibranchs, gobies, scorpionfish, sea stars, shrimps and coral crabs. Other common visitors include turtles, Queensland gropers, stingrays, eagle rays, manta rays and schools of batfish, trevally and barracuda.

Wolf Rock
Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
Queensland
Australia

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Wolf Rock Dive Site

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
Free Entry
Wolf Rock, located off the coast of Rainbow Beach near Gympie, is an action packed dive site with few equals. A dive for experienced divers only, due to the depth and strong currents, Wolf Rock comprises of five interconnecting pinnacles that rising from 35 metres.

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