Pyramid Rock is an epic shore dive on the south coast of Phillip Island, looking out into Bass Strait. While a boat here is easier and safer, it can also be a great shore dive if you have the skills, endurance and sea sense required.
There are entry points to the western and eastern sides of the promontory. There's not much of interest to see in Storm Bay on the western side, so it's best to enter from the eastern side. There is a shallow cobble beach protected from most winds, except strong easterlies.
It's a long way out to Pyramid Rock itself. There are steep kelp-covered walls, boulders, and ledges covered in sponges, sea stars, molluscs, zoanthids and gorgonians. Port Jackson sharks, kingfish, morwong, pike, wrasse, boarfish, old wives, catsharks, bullseyes and leather jackets can be seen.
Dive Type: Wall Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor