Cook Island was known as Turtle Island, it won’t take you long to understand why. Green and Loggerheads will be the main attraction during your double dive and your surface interval.
Cook Island is approximately a 20 minute boat ride from the wharf. During the cold months, humpback whales will keep you company during the surface interval. Further, there is also a good chance of seeing a pod of dolphins as you approach the dive site. Leopard sharks also inhabit the dive site during the warmer months of spring and summer.
Importantly, Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast harbour some of the best diving for certified Open Water Divers. Indeed, Cook Island itself has an average depth of 10 metres. The water temperature ranges from a cool 19 degrees during the winter months to a comfortable 24 degrees during summer. The island also provides protection from swells or winds all year long.
Come out and join me for a remarkable double dive with the turtles at Cook Island!
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