This site, 3 miles south of Seatown, is, according to many divers, one of the best reef dives in the area. A 2 mile stretch of deep water separates this reef from West Tennants.
There is a lot of life here including Dogfish, Cuckoo Wrasse, Tompot Blennies and Topknots with large boulders covered with Dead Man’s Fingers and Sea Fans. These gradually give way to flattened slabs with lots of nooks and crannies to peer into. Many scallops can be found on sandy ground between reefs.
Please watch your fins here though as this is a marine life study area where ‘Reef Research’ is monitoring the ecology of the pink Sea Fans, abundant in here.