Scuba diving in Black Rock
A versatile site for snorkelers, learners and advanced training; even extending into the technical side. The sloping reef spans from 12-30m with pinnacles, cabbage coral and fringing reef all interspersed with each other. Plates can also be seen which is part of the coral growth research. Turtles are frequently found either munching on the coral or taking a snooze.
A safety stop can be taken in amongst the grass where snowflake and common gray morays can be seen, the keen eye may even see a red sea walkman. One other thing to be aware of is a potential current which can be up to one knot
When to go
Easy access, medium current, visibility - 30m