This is a fantastic reef wall that has some fantastic swim throughs and many nooks and crannies to explore. The swim throughs allow divers to weave their way in and out of the dive site and divers will be able to spot large pelagic fish or explore the wall for macro life.
The wall starts off at about 5 metres dropping off to about 30 metres where there are three large coral heads. These then drop off to about 100 metres. This provides an upwardly current that brings with it nutrients, which then brings the marine life to the spot. It is almost guaranteed to spot sharks on this dive site, and as the site is further away from most of the major tourist areas, it is often not a very busy site. The sharks found here are usually reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, and black tip reef sharks. There are also schools of Spanish mackerel, barracuda, and manta rays are frequent visitors in the right season.
There will normally be swarms of reef fish including emperor fish, butterflyfish, damselfish, Moorish idols, trevally, and rock cod. There are many spots on the wall that are renown areas for macro life and divers can expect to find many nudibranch species including the famous Spanish dancers.