The Saddle dive site lies in the lee of Lawrence Rocks, at the end of a gully between the north and south rocks. The Saddle offer some good options when you need a relatively sheltered spot to get wet.
The wash through the spillway/saddle (between the north and south rocks) creates some great visual effects and also attracts some interesting fish-life. The platforms and boulders go down to a silty sand edge in around 10 metres. A variety of sponges are a feature of this location.
The Saddle also cuts through the centre of Lawrence Rocks, but can only be entered in very calm weather.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor