Popes Eye Underwater Webcam

First-ever rocky-reef, live-feed underwater webcam

Reef Cam is Melbourne’s and Australia’s first underwater webcam to be installed. This is a great way to check out Port Phillip Bay’s coolest residents at Popes Eye, located just of Portsea Pier, Wich is about a 10 min Boat ride for Scuba Divers and snorkellers.

Reef Cam is a great way to check out the visibility of the bay before we get out there for a dive.

If you’re at work and dreaming of scuba diving you may see some seals, dolphins, Cuttle Fish and just loads of native fish life.

Nature Conservancy Australia – Underwater Reef Cam

Click here to see what’s happening at Popes Eye

The webcams only operate during local daylight hours

Reef Cam highlights Can be seen below.

A Very big thank you to The Nature Conservancy for making Reef Cam a Reality, and to all involved with the underwater webcam at Popes Eye 

Keep up the great work. We hope we can help in future projects.

Click Here to find out more information on what The Nature Conservancy is doing for our environment and how you can help, Donate or Get Involved.

Where it started, Victoria National Parks Association.

Like The Nature Conservancy organization on Facebook to keep up to date with the great work, they are doing.

Reef Cam above water live feed

Reef Cam is Australia’s first-ever rocky-reef, live-feed, combined under and above water webcams. Check out our Victorias own reality show starring some of Port Phillip Bay’s coolest residents – the local flora and fauna – including those from deep under the sea!

Please note: The webcam is solar-powered and therefore only operates during local daylight hours and when there is enough sun. A pre-recording will be shown when the live feed is offline.

From time to time, the webcam will be temporarily turned off when scientists are engaged in webcam maintenance or research activities.

Nature Conservancy Australia – Abovewater Reef Cam

About Reef Cam

Reef Cam is Australia’s first-ever rocky-reef, live-feed, combined under and above water webcams. Check out our Victorias own reality show starring some of Port Phillip Bay’s coolest residents – the local flora and fauna – including those from deep under the sea!

Please note: The webcam is solar-powered and therefore only operates during local daylight hours and when there is enough sun. A pre-recording will be shown when the live feed is offline.

From time to time, the webcam will be temporarily turned off when scientists are engaged in webcam maintenance or research activities.

Located at Pope’s Eye, within Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park, Victoria, the webcams give the world the chance to see some of the life teeming in Port Phillip Bay.

With the underwater camera, we see a rich submarine habitat, home to fish, seals and even dolphins. Above the water, we have a great view of the birds that roost or nest in the area – such as Australasian Gannets and Black-faced Cormorants.

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