Currents tended to be gentle at the Lighthouse, making it easy for photography.
The wall was densely populated with soft coral, giant gorgonian sea fans and whip corals, which are teeming with life.
Shy transparent whip gobies peered back at us from the whip corals.
Another diver pointed out a great find – a spider crab, Xenocarcinus tuberculatus, crawling on another whip coral.
We saw turtles, nudibranchs, bumphead parrotfish, large tuna, leopard sharks and bluespotted ribbontail rays…the list goes on. It’s easy to see why it became our favourite site.