The spectacular walls of Kanowna Island, South East are current swept with prolific fish and invertebrate life including the usual kelp and soft corals. It drops off steeply, and is well worth a dive on the rare days conditions allow.
Motorised and non-motorised vessels including sea kayaks are prohibited from within 200 metres of Kanowna Island during the breeding season from November to January (inclusive), and within 50 metres of the island at other times of the year.
Scuba divers diving from boats anchored outside the seasonal exclusion zones around Kanowna Island may approach closer to these islands provided that they are underwater and observe any other restrictions applying to approaching marine mammals.
Dive Type: Wall Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor