Mike's Point

Sea (Salt water)
Coral Reef, Wall, Sand
12.4 m (avg)
25.9 m (max)

A small, unassuming, rocky island protrudes from the sea here in stark contrast to the ring of incredible, dynamic reef that surrounds it. Surely some one of the best looking diving reefs on the planet, and very popular with underwater photographers.

Water currents here create a wake behind the island. During the Second World War, the island was mistaken for a camouflaged Japanese ship and was bombed! Debris from the blast lie within the skirting reef.

An overhanging wall drops from the shallows to a protected bowl at 30m/100ft. Photographers may need several dives with different equipment to cater for the variety of terrain and scenery.

The site is named after Max Ammer's son.

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From Fak-Fak, 319 km away.