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The whales are on their way…

News from the ocean experts tell us around 60% of the eligible female whales in the Antarctic are pregnant. 

This means we may have a bumper season with loads of calves and Mums to entertain us.

 

 

Ex-HMAS Tobruk’s final resting place will be in the Great Sandy Marine Park, just off Hervey Bay.

The placement of the ship must be carefully selected to ensure correct depth and orientation is achieved in the scuttling process.

Once the ship has been scuttled, the dive site will be accessed through approved commercial dive companies and limited access for private divers via a booking system.

 Currently on track for an estimated June-2018 scuttling, however a specific date cannot be declared as there are a lot of different factors that need to be considered.