At the very northern end of the Lonsdale reef system in Port Phillip lies Easter Bommie, also known as Sue's Grotto. No one really knows where the name originated, but everyone who has dived it knows it is a wonderful dive. Only diveable at slack water, the top is in around 16 metres on the Northern edge of the Bommie. Swimming North from the top, you will drop over the edge and you can descend to a maximum depth at the sandy base to around 27 metres. You can then follow the wall around to either the south-east or the south-west.
Crayfish are abundant in the south-east. On a sunny day the light reflects from the sandy base making this site great for photography. Not dived as often as many other sites, so rather special. A great dive with lots of colourful soft corals and sponges and fans.
Dive Type: Bommie Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor