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9 of the best places to swim with sharks

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Fish Rock Cave, Australia

Grey Nurse Sharks

Located off the east coast of Australia, the 125 metre long Fish Rock Cave is home to some of the most sought after marine life in the world. It is renowned for its high number of grey nurse sharks who reside here all year round, so swimming with these graceful creatures is almost a guarantee. In the summer months, grey nurse sharks rest in the shallow end of the cave, making for fantastic diving.

Divers can also hope to spot wobbegong sharks, black rays, giant cuttlefish and black cod within the cave, while moray eels, blue groper and turtles can be seen on the fringes. Depths range from 12 to 24 metres and due to its varied marine life, Fish Rock is one of the world's most amazing cave dive sites.

Anyone exploring Sydney on a superyacht and heading north to Brisbane can easily make a stop at the iconic dive site in New South Wales.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Aquarius Photography

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