An iconic site for photographers due to the blue glow producing an awesome silhouette shots. The crack is about 60m long and at the open end, is about 15m deep. It is open to the surface the whole length of the crack and approx 10m wide at the opening, narrowing to 3m wide.
Scorpionfish, Stingrays, Eels, Toadstool Grouper, Triplefins, Blennies, Crayfish, Demoiselles, Snapper, Maomao, Wrasses, Nudibranchs, Sponges, Corals, Anemones, Kelp, Sea Rimu and algae
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