Description: The Aquarian
This is a lovely little double dive for the marine life enthusiasts. The Aquarian is a trawler that sank in late 1986. The skipper died while trying to enter the Gold Coast Bar. This site has been dived by a small handful of divers and is classified as a secret site. The site was found with the help of CFA Research and contains various species of fish, corals, sharks and rays. It is sitting on the bottom in an upright position and is a must see wreck. The dive will only take about 20 minutes to view it's entirety.
The Scottish Prince is a well known and documented dive site. It is a protected site that contains numerous amounts of fish. The skeleton is covered in sponges, feather-stars, some hard and soft corals and the occasional encrusted 110 year old bottle that can be clearly seen (Do not take). There is a huge number of Wobbegong sharks, some blind-sharks, bull-rays, turtles and plenty of octopus. The occasional crustacean will be seen and cray fish are plentiful at night. It is in close proximity to the surf area and is affected by surge on windy days. This wreck is over 60 metres long and there is something new to see on every dive.