This reef is an incredible drop-off with huge schools of barracudas, tunas, sharks and Queensland groupers. There can be strong currents. but visibility is usually very good.
Two pinnacles form the passage which is home to some very large pelagic species. The deeper pinnacle is covered in soft corals such as sea whips, gorgonians fans and magnificent black coral trees. A large number of eagle rays are often seen playing on the reef walls of the passage. With the movement of the tides makes for some magnificent wildlife displays. Average visibility 25- 50m (80-150 ft)