One of the best places to dive along side leopard sharks as well as diving among a variety of soft and hard corals, where you’ll come across all sorts of shy and inquisitive species, including sting rays and moray eels.
This unique dive-site is a huge lime-stone pinnacle that soars 30 meters up from the seafloor to just beneath the surface then abruptly ends and drops back to a bottom of sand and oyster shells.
A variety of exotic dive sites are dotted around these beautiful outcrops, including cave and wall dives. The corals host a large variety of marine life, including leopard sharks, eagle rays, sting rays, moray eels, turtles and octopus.
Its a 90-metre long car ferry shipwrek located about 400 metres from Shark Point. The King Cruiser ferry sank in 1997 and his home to a massive variety of marine life such as lion fish, moray eels, snappers and jacks.
(Flower Island) is named for the colourful coral on the seabed around this beauty spot with a ‘wall dive’ inhabited by seahorses, anemones and ghost pipefish.