Michael McFadyen's Scuba Diving - Nudibranches of Bare Island
Bare Island is the most amazing dive location. There are at least 10 different dives that can be done with only small sections being repeated (on the way to or from the main aim of the dive). The marine life is astounding considering how we have treated Botany Bay since Lieutenant James Cook, RN, first entered the Bay in April 1770 and his compatriate, Captain Arthur Phillip, RN, bought the First Fleet into the same Bay in 1788.
Bare Island has some many different types of marine life that help make it so special. One of these are nudibranches. There are so many different species of nudibranch that are seen at Bare Island. The following are just a sample of the ones I have seen there.
For more information about the dives, go to the Bare Island Dives index.