Wash Rock is an area filled with overhangs where interesting marine life can be watched.
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Wash Rock rises from 65ft at its base to approximately four feet from the waters surface and the top is covered with many beautiful coral formations. Along the edges and base of the rock you will find a large variety of marine life, which include antler coral, schools of pyramid butterfly fish and the elusive and rare pipefish. Another highlight of this dive site is the Tunnel of Love, a short narrow lava tube with space enough for a few divers to look around in together. When inside the tube look for a mated pair of ghost shrimp, a pair of yellow margin moray eels as well as lobsters and crabs. This is a tremendous dive site and with so much to see and explore it would take several dives to be able to cover the whole area. Sea life: Blue-stripe Snappers, Antler Coral, Colorful Sponges and Butterfly Fish.
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