This dive site is often called The Eagles Nest and is made up of five fairly steep pinnacles that come up to the top of the surface. As with most pinnacle dives, this means divers can look forward to many large overhangs, some swim throughs, canyons, smaller caves, and many crevices. The pinnacles themselves end up on a sandy bottom and there is also a channel that goes past the pinnacles.
The dive starts at the surface and the pinnacles descend down to below 30 metres. The current here can be very fast and it can spiral around the pinnacles. On the western side, there is a large sloping reef that has many soft corals including anemones, sea fans, and pore corals.
There are normally a large variety of rays and sharks for divers to spot including nurse sharks, guitar sharks, white tip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, leopard sharks, and eagle rays. Amongst this, divers can also see harlequin shrimps, fusiliers, flute fish, pufferfish, rainbow runners, ghost pipefish, frogfish, cuttle fish, and squid. There are many smaller macro creatures such as crabs, shrimps, and nudibranchs and the pinnacles are full of clouds of glassfish and many different scorpionfish and lionfish.