Stonehenge

A pinnacle in the middle of the sea.

Maximum depth 27m – Minimum depth 5m
Certification requirements: Open Water Diver.

This is another one of my favourites and perfect for under-water photography despite the strong currents often encountered here. There’s always a place to hide from the current and take time to look for small things such as the little crabs and gobies on the whip corals and the ornate ghost pipefish. It is good fun to drift along with the current looking at the magnificent gorgonians here and enjoying the colourful scenery. Much of the reef consists of purple, white and pink soft corals and there are many bright blue tunicates. The boulders at the top of the reef which gave this site its name are a very impressive sight and often a leopard shark can be seen circling around them.