Featuring Rodney Fox customers, photographer Sam Cahir and Company Director Andrew Fox, the video showcases adventure tourism on the Eyre Peninsula where Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions (RFSE) operates expeditions out to the Neptune Islands, a stop off for the migratory great white sharks.
Rodney Fox is a world renowned conservationist who has researched and educated thousands about great white sharks. Mr Fox was attacked by a great white shark in 1963 while diving off the South Australian coast and survived – albeit with terrible injuries - to tell his story.
In the nearly 50 years since, Rodney and Andrew Fox have taken thousands of visitors from around the world out to the Neptune Islands providing the opportunity for them to move freely in the marine environment within a shark proof cage.
“The support we receive from the SATC is incredibly valuable and we appreciate their tireless work in lifting the tourism potential of the Eyre Peninsula and adventure tourism,” said Andrew Fox, Chief Executive of RFSE.
“There is nothing like being in the water alongside these fantastic creatures but it’s also important to be able to learn about them from expert researchers. No other operator in the world offers this service to customers.”
The Fox Shark Research Foundation works closely with government and private institutions to improve awareness and understanding of great white sharks. This includes tracking shark movements around Australia and understanding migratory patterns in high frequency locations such as the Neptune Islands.
Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions
Eco friendly great white shark cage diving in South Australia with the Fox's! From the invention of the shark cage over 40 years ago to our current day research based expeditions. The Rodney Fox Team are unrivalled in their passion and promotion of this still misunderstood fish. Join us onboard to see great white sharks, get up to date on our latest white shark research and learn more about the unique Fox Family history with the great white shark.
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