This dive is a semi-drift dive, with challenging entry/exit and thus recommended only for experienced and/or advanced divers. [1 dive only available at this location] There are numerous nudibranches on and amongst the sponges and the rocks are also home to numerous other species of animal, including giant jelly, magnificent and blue throated ascidians, lace coral, sea fans, tube worms and sea squirts. The sea dragons can be seen right up to about the 12 metre level. You should look carefully for they can easily be mistaken for pieces of kelp. They can often be found in the small “bays” of sand on the reef edge. These fragile looking fish move around ever so slowly. In the late winter and early spring period look close and you might see a “pregnant” male sea dragons. There are many sea horses that had fairly poor visibility and is almost carrying eggs.