This dive site is home to a huge variety of marine life and is made up of many different granite boulders of varying sizes and shapes. It is an interesting dive site that comes alive at night when the nocturnal creatures emerge and take over the site.
The depth is normally around 20 metres here and the currents are mostly mild. Add to this good visibility of up to 30 metres and you have a dive site that can be completed by all level of divers. The rocks have many crevices, nooks, and crannies that can be explored and most of the boulders drop down to vertical walls that have some swim throughs. The rocks are covered in sponges and both soft and hard corals. The waters here are full of plankton and so there are very high in nutrients. Nudibranchs are here in large numbers as are shrimps.
The site is full of many different coloured reef fish and there are also many different types of marine life. Turtles are commonly seen swimming by looking for something to feed on, whilst Napoleon wrasse, sting rays, eagle rays, grey reef sharks, and white tip reef sharks are seen patrolling the deep blue ocean.