|Site Type:||Sand gutters, rocks and boulders; Mega fauna|
|Depth:||Median: 18M Bottom: 18M|
|Location:||South Solitary Island is a 30 minute trip by boat from Coffs|
Another aptly named dive site as this video will testify.
As well as the sharks, look up and you’ll see lots of different schooling fish like the tarwhine, look down in the shell grit and you’ll find large numbers of quite vividly coloured goatfish.
This site also hosts a number of different wrasse.
Like this Yellow Moon wrasse, and the Crimson banded wrasse.
Other fans of the shell grit substrate are the morwong, crested morwongs in particular, though I’ve rarely seen them with their crest up, and lizard fish.
Chances are you’ll run into a Porcupine fish along the way too.