Description: This is one of the most exposed dive sites along the Point Nepean back beaches, but consequently is one of the most awesome. When the predominant south west swells die down (usually after a few days of northerly winds), walk the 400 metres from the end of Spray Point road to the large limestone platform. This platform has been hugely undercut, with a myriad of limestone reef nearby featuring many gullies and swimthroughs. It is a stunning sight to behold, when you are 20 feet under these overhangs in 20 metres visibility, as curtains of Kelp hang, casting their shadowy effect, while pelagic fish roam nearby.
The depth at this site drops immediately to 7 metres at the eastern end of the platform and 11 metres to the west. At the western end of the platform (east end of Koonya beach) is a sheltered exit point.
**NOTE** please take care at this site and only dive it in relatively calm seas.Location: VictoriaDepth: up to 15m or 49.2'Method: Snorkel Dive and ScubaType: Shore or Pier Dive, Shallow and Night dive spotBest Time: Day dive, Night Dive, Morning Dive and Evening DiveTerrain: Edges that drop off to deeper water, Gutter, Rocky reefs, Slope and tunnels to swim throughConditions: Swell, Generally windy, Generally Choppy and Good VisibilityExperience Level: AllMarine Life: Kelp forest and Mention in DescriptionMarine Management:
A map of spray point.
An Image of Spray Point
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