Big Fishes Sharks
Not many think the harbour could be a good dive, and they are wrong. Even though shallow, the jetty structure attracts an amazing amount of life. The resident school of bigeye trevally is regularly joined by black-tipped reef sharks, eagle rays, shovel-nosed rays and “Gus,” a fully grown Queensland Grouper and the top of the local food chain. If you are lucky enough to see him you need to approach very slowly. Even though he is more than 2meters long, he is a very shy fish.