Published: 31 August 2015
Next to Dyer Island is Geyser Rock where a colony of 60 000 Cape Fur Seals breed. The strip of sea between Dyer Island and Geyser Rock is appropriately named 'Shark Alley', as the seals who feed here are a constant food source to the sharks.
From May to August the alley is particularly a hub of activity when many young seal pups end up as easy, juicy shark meals.
The area around Dyer Island and Shark Alley is ideal for shark cage diving and provides excellent sightings of shark breaching and predation. It is an amazing experience to watch a Great White leap right out of the water to ambush a seal.
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