Fisherman’s Rock

Starting in 3msw this is a beautiful site for a whole range of marine life living or visiting the pinnacle. One side is connected to the main barrier reef, the other has a big drop off to over 40msw, the upper section is covered with brightly coloured soft corals. This site can be dived at anytime.

Titan trigger fish (often nesting), pelagics like yellow fin tuna, wahoo, barracude as well as occassional hammer head & silver tip sharks to join the grey reef, blacktip & whitetip’s.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 10 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Snorkeling
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Wall dive starting in 2msw & dropping off to over 50msw with massive swim-through with an opening in the roof (Heaven’s Door) that you can see the sun & sky through. Walls are heavily decorated with a kaleidoscope of coloured soft coral & massive sea fans. Underwater photographers dream (macro & wide).

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4 pinnacles clustered together approx. 20mtrs off the main reef staring in 5msw, 1 pinnacle is shaped like a done made of potato coral, sandy bottom w/garden eels on the shallower side, the other drops off to 30msw+. Typically we dive this site on an outgoing tide.

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Wall dive that can be done as a static or drift dive, typically outgoing current is best. Site starts in 3msw & drops of to 100msw+ so expect to see a massive array of marine life here, especially during stong current, blue water visibility is usually excellent. The wall is highly decorated w/sponges & soft coral

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Root Canal is a newly discoverd site so we are still learning about it however is a large pinnacle with the shallowest point being 23msw & undulating down to over 60msw. Lots of action on strong current, big schools of pelagics & plenty of sharks. Lots more still to discover & learn about this site.

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Best dived on an incoming tide this is a wall dive with the top breaking the surface at low tide & dropping down to 24msw on a sandy bottom. The walls are heavily decorated with a healthy mixture of hard & soft coral, sea fans & whip corals.

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Neptune’s Rhapsody

Starting in 4msw & dropping off to 24msw this site is made up of several lovely pinnacles, the biggest one, where we normaly moore our boats, drops down to 18msw & has a large tunnel w/windows & big soft coral trees & sea fans. Most of the pinnacles are covered in yellow soft & whip coral, best dived incoming tide

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Beautiful pinnacle starting in 2msw & joining a ridge to the main reef dropping off to 30msw. the pinnacle is covered in golden yellow soft coral & masses of fish life & typically dived on the incoming tide.

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These pinnacles are at the shallow end of Neptue’s Rhapsody v/close to the main reef & start in 3msw with a max. depth of 30msw & are covered in vibrant golden yellow soft coral. Best dived on incoming tide, stronger current makes this site really ’come alive’ as soft coral feeds on the nutrient rich water.

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A beautiful pinnacle at the tip of the main reef starting in 2msw & droping off to 24msw heavily decorated with massive sea fans & golden yellow soft coral & abundent fishlife. Typically we would dive this site on an incoming tide.

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Nice wall dive suitable for most divers starting in 5msw with the ridge running from 12msw & bottoming out at 30msw in a north westerly direction from the point of the main reef. best dived on an incoming tide & can also be a nice snorkeling location.

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