|Site Type:||Bommie, Macro (Nudi's); Mega fauna; Reef – Scenic; Photographic|
|Depth:||Top: 3M Median: 22M Bottom: 35M|
|Location:||Close to Ribbon Reefs No 2 and 3 on The Great Barrier Reef|
Steve’s Bommie is one of the best dive sites on the Great Barrier Reef. Incredible diversity and density of marine life. Macro life clings to the bommie while large schools of fish, drawn to the structure, circle around it. Expect to see reef sharks, rays, schools of trevally, anemone fish, stone fish, nudibranchs, colourful corals. This dive site has something for everyone!
An underwater plaque commemorates ‘Steve’ who the bommie was named after.
Schools of snapper and trevally surround the bommie.
Anemonefish dive among the anemones.
Finding Nemo is possible.
Reef stonefish are well camouflaged among the rubble and ledges.
A pair of Fire dartfish call the bommie home.