South West Point marks the southern end of Sea Eagle Bay.
At the northern end of Sea Eagle Bay there is a line of rocks running south from the shore. Around the rocks there are large underwater boulders with lots of crevices full of interesting marine life.
At 16 metres on the northern side, there is a strange pile of logs. Cargo from a shipwreck, or maybe a natural collection point for debris? Old Wife, Sea Sweep, Wrasse and Scalyfin weave about among colourful sponges, sea-squirts and tubeworms.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor