Starting at 5m a sloping reef leads down to a small wall. Drifting along the wall, look out for ribbon eels, electric clams and on the sand, blue spotted rays.
As the wall ends you multilevel the sloping reef back up to the shallows. Max Depth 22m.
A wonderful dive site for macro lovers. A sloping reef ends in a small wall at 20m that follows the reef along for quite some time. On the slope, you will find countless Nudibranchs, whip coral, Sea Fans, Puffer Fish and very often Cuttlefish.
The wall and its overhangs are home to some unusual critters – Blue and Black Ribbon Eels, juvenile Emperor Fish, Pipefish of all varieties, Orangutan Crabs hiding in bubble coral, flamboyant Cuttlefish and Frogfish just to name a few. Banded Sea Snakes are common here, as are Bluespotted Stingrays on the adjacent sandy bottom. Go deeper and you might find Thorny Seahorses hiding in the rubble.
Coral Cove is often missed by local divers. It is home to a few very interesting species. You can find Pigmy Seahorses here all year round, along with the occasional Ornate Ghost Pipefish.
Also found here are a few Electric Clams. These weird clams flash with blue light, that looks exactly like electricity. Also home to a few Blue Ribbon Eels, and a breeding area for stingrays.
The Clams can be found at 22m, whilst the rays are normally around 24 meters. It can only be dived on the flood tide.