This beautiful, fringng reef begins on the shoreline, gradually sloping south to a maximum of 30m/98ft. The long dock that runs out in the bay from Neptune's drops directly into the shallow field of sand that separates the east and west walls of Little Bight. An abundance of juvenile wrasse, damselfish and hamlets take advantage of the coral filled walls, finding shelter and protection in amongst the elkhorn corals and colonies of vibrant tube sponges. Peppered across the large sand patch, drifting algae and mermaids fans host pipefish and lined seahorse throughout the summer months.
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