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Caves, caverns and swimmthroughs have formed at dive site The Boulders, literally a collection of huge rocks placed together.
|Name Dive Site:||Boulders|
|Depth: ||3-21m (9-68ft)|
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At the surface you face a vertical stone wall and a few large boulders breaking the surface. As you descend underwater, down the slope, the dive site named The Boulders is covered with different shapes and sizes of boulders that look like they have rolled from the surface and have come to rest on the slope, creating swim-through and cave. There are gorgonians of many colors, basket sponges and soft tree corals here. Blue fingered starfish, sea cucumbers, stonefish, scorpion fish, lionfish, spotted snapper and striped sweetlips are all abundant here, and in the caves small lobster and prawns can be found. It is best to dive this site on flood tide when there is no current as the area has a lot of silt sediment. It is a good site for wide-angle macro photography.
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