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The site features a long wall about 4m high covered in a variety of soft and hard corals.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Diving

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  • Type:Sites & Trails

Description

At the northern end of the wall is a sand patch which if crossed for approx 10-15m will lead to a large bommie. This is, during the season, a manta ray cleaning station. Several mantas can be at the location at any one time.

The location got its name form the presence of several large potato cod resident here. They will often follow a diver around the site as a large school or circle them during safety stops.

Location

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