This dive site is a great site for muck diving and it is a great spot for all types of underwater photographers. Divers of all levels will enjoy this dive site as it is an excellent spot for exploring and discovering new smaller marine creatures.
The dive site gets quite deep for a muck dive site and has a maximum of 33 metres and divers normally record averages around 16 metres. . Visibility ranges from around 10 metres to about 30 metres and dives can visit all year round. Most divers visit between May and November as this is when visibility can improve. The currents here are usually weak and the dive site is not visited very much so divers can often have the site to themselves.
The coral gardens here are fantastic and they slope down towards the ocean floor and underwater photographers should try to have more than one dive here in order to have a good look around at the reefs. There are over 100 different coral species on this one reef and they have many different types of inhabitants. These include scorpionfish, triggerfish, damselfish, parrotfish, angelfish, and batfish. Divers should also see many different sea horses, sea slugs, and pufferfish.