This is a great drift dive that offers divers the chance to spot many different pelagic fish. This dive site needs to be dived with the right conditions and there is normally a window of about 4 hours per day for when this can be dived.
The average depth of the dive is about 18 metres and there is a maximum depth of 27 metres. The currents in the area can be extremely strong and this creates the difficult conditions found here. The site is not known for the level of coral it has which are quite low in numbers, but it does make up for this with large numbers of reef sharks.
Schools of female grey reef sharks with numbers of up to 25 members have been spotted here regularly. This is really a unique experience and can be commonly seen here. Lucky divers will spot manta rays, eagle rays, and hammerhead sharks. Divers can expect to find many sea bass, trevally, snapper, barracuda, huge schools of mackerel, and grey reef sharks.