Big Fishes Deep Reef Sharks Wall
This is a more advanced dive due to the depth at the base of China Wall, although divers will still have a very enjoyable dive in the shallower parts. The outstanding feature is a tall vertical granite outcrop with a 2 metre wide swim-through at the top. The general terrain is covered with a thick layer of broad leafed kelp providing protection for crayfish and slipper lobsters. Divers will also see sea whips, fans, schooling fish, pelagics (tuna, mackeral and barracuda) and sharks on occasions. From May to October the whales are normally sighted here as well.