The Harbour dive site lies at the southern end, on the western side, of Lawrence Rocks, and has a large and almost amphitheatre shape. It's a series of gutters, ledges and swim throughs that boasts prolific fish life. This is a very exposed location. It's best dived when there are low swells and light northerly to easterly winds.
This bowl is about 100 metres wide at the entrance and extends in about 200 metres. The base area is equivalent to the size of 3 tennis courts. The depth ranges from 6 metres to around 18 metres and offers some seriously pretty diving on the right day (which is not often).
Marine life is abundant, including a good variety of pelagic species. The Harbour once had a reputation for an abundance of abalone but those days seem to be long gone.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor