The Simmons Bay Sea Caves area lies on the southern coast of the Mornington Peninsula, in Simmons Bay, towards Cape Schanck from Flinders. The four kilometres of coastline stretching from Picnic Point (to the west) and Cairns Bay (to the east) contains basalt cliffs with large sea caves 5–12 metres in diameter. It's usually impossible to approach these caves due to the persistent swell and its reflection from the surrounding vertical cliff faces. But when the conditions are just right these yawning black holes are always worth an exploratory dive.
The Simmons Bay Sea Caves area certainly warrants many dives as there are plenty of different sea caves to explore.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor