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North Bay | Briny
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Dive: Wall

Depth: max – 40 meters / 130 feet

The Power Station dive site has a very lively coral plateau slanting form a depth of 12 – 20 m with a steep wall drop-off dropping to deeper than 70 m. Several large hump-head wrasse and moray eels are often sited here. The site is named after a power station located just East of the dive site.


Dive: Reef

Depth: max – 30 meters / 100 feet

This is the first dive site located within the Marine Park. The site starts with a fringing reef between 2 – 5 m depth and has a wide sandy plain at 9 m depth with intermittent coral clusters.


Dive: Reef

Depth: max – 30 meters / 100 feet

This site has an easy entry from the beach. The site has many black coral trees and usually has a large number of coronet fish hunting smaller glass-fish. The site also has a large number of colorful Parrot-fish.



Dive: Reef

Depth: max – 35 meters / 115 feet

With an easy shore access, the Eel Garden offers a number of surprises. As well as the obligatory garden eels, this site is home to an assortment of other interesting critters. Crossing the sand and heading left from the shore, there are several coral heads hosting yellow-mouthed morays and anemones. A sea grass bed offers a hiding place for many young fish and eels, but keep an eye open for the numerous scorpion fish and lion-fish that can be found here. However, the most outstanding feature is the pinnacle at just 7 m. This is truly a photographer’s paradise. Surrounded by Anthias (Gold fish) and black corals, the pinnacle is a busy cleaning station managed by a giant moray and manned by his team of banded boxer shrimp. Look carefully, because a galaxy of creatures can be seen here including frog fish. If you dive this site at night, you are likely to see resident toad fish and the red swimming crabs that hide within the pinnacle’s recesses during the day.