Hole in the Wall
This dive site is a little further afield from our main center. Hole in the wall is a coral outcrop gently sloping out to sea. It boasts a swim through large enough for divers to pass through which is around 8m long. Whilst in the past the site has suffered from poor visibility due to neighboring construction, it appears to be making a come-back!
What can we see?
As well as experiencing the swim through that gives the site it’s name, look out for various species of crustaceans and cushion pin starfish. Corals laced with crinoids make up some of the scenery. Cuttlefish and batfish call this site their home as well as stingrays on the sandy bottom. Keep your eyes peeled and you may be lucky enough to see a turtle passing by!
Great to combine with Martini Rock on a two tank trip!