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Mantaray bay
Home to Maori Wrasse George, Manta Ray Bay is a very popular dive spot and there is good reason for it. It is the most protected dive site around, with maximum 2 boats alowed in the divesite at the same time and a camera monitoring the activity in the bay. with that amount of protection, there is no wonder the fish lifeand coral here are some of the best around. with parrotfish, angelfish and coral trout. batfish and big maori wrasses will come to you during your dive. The stag horn coral formations in the shallows are quite stunning. With excellent swim throughs it’s a great dive for any dive level. 
Maureens cove.
Famous for its massive Bommies, a term that came from the aboriginal language meaning an underwater mountain. you will get to dive between massive towers of coral and rock, beutifull canyons that cut through the formations, and allot of swimthroughs and caves to explore. the coral garden in the shallows is probebly the most beutifull hard coral and plate coral formations around with allot of parrotfish feeding and sometime the occasional school of massive bump head parrotfish. in the season the mantarays tend to visit this lovely cove, as well as the other divespots in the top end of hook island.
Mackeral bay
This dive site is an extreme experience. some of the best cave diving australia got to offer. you will be diving along an awsome wall that drops strait down to 12 meters of depth. From that wall you will enter cracks that once you swam inside you will discover massive cathedrals and halls, with a few entrances and exits and cracks in the ceiling that allow the light to play through them into the caves.

also in the bay is turtle alley, an little piece of heaven with amazing variety and coverage of coral and quite a few turtles wondering around.

next to the impresive wall you can find spotted rays and an occasional shovelnose ray laying in the sand.

unfortunatly this divesite is very wheather dependant and can be visited only in very light wheather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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