Description: An excellent training sight, there are two large reefs that are exposed at low tide, running horizontal to shore, at the end of the jetty. The reefs act as a breakwater, and ensure the water inside the reef is usually calm, except at high tide, if there is a swell running, the swell comes over the top of the reef, stirring up the viz.
Heaps of fish life on the reef, with Leather Jackets, Sweep, Cuttlefish, Old Wives, and plenty of others. There are also crayfish, but it is a protected reserve, so everything is look but don't touch.
An underwater trail is also there, with a series of plaques being there, telling you about the reef.
For a more advanced dive, you can either walk over the reef at low tide, to the outside, or if you are good on air, you can swim from the jetty, to 'Location: South AustraliaDepth: Method: Type: Best Time: Terrain: Conditions: Experience Level: Marine Life: Crays, Numerous Fish/Fishes and CuttlefishMarine Management:
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