As seen on David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II, Totally Wild & SA Weekender.
South Australia CuttleFest 2020 is returning, and while the usual influx of thousands of international visitors won’t be happening this year, it means local South Australians will have the front row to experience the one off yearly event – the breeding of over 100,000 cuttlefish!
Join EMS – Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc. professional guides for a safe and supervised community snorkel tour with the largest breeding aggregation of giant Australian cuttlefish in the world. This will be located at Stony Point in the Upper Spencer Gulf Marine Park.
The Marine Park is also home to a variety of colour plant life, fish, sea lions and dolphins. For more information, head on over to their website here.
The CuttleFest snorkel tours occur over the first weekend in July (4th, 5th & 6th), with school tours available during the week.
Each tour lasts for up to 90 minutes (including suiting up in warm wetsuits, safety & cuttlefish behaviour briefing, snorkel and debriefing). The tour is suitable for both adults and children (8 years and above) who can swim at least 25m and tread water. Children under 15 years must be accompanied and supervised in water by an adult (no more than 2 children per adult). Each supervising adult is also a paying tour participant.
Snorkel tours are available on July 4, 5 & 6, with tickets from $109
Duration: 30 minutes (approx.)
Location: Stony Point, Whyalla
For more information and to book tickets, click here.
Also visit Whyalla’s website where you can also check out accommodation and everything the coast has to offer.