Smiths Beach is a one kilometre long south-west facing beach cove on Phillip Island, looking out into Bass Strait. Smith's Beach is great for seeing bommies, vibrant corals and sponges, large overhangs and a plethora of fish life. You can see Port Jackson sharks, Crayfish, Trigger fish, Swell sharks and Blue Devils.
From the gully entry you can head east to explore the rock shelves and reef structures to the east, or you can explore the reefs to the west as you head around to the main section of Smith's Beach.
From the beach entry you would typically venture east to explore the reef structures as you head around to the gully and beyond.
Dive Type: Shore Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor