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 Agincourt Reef - Nursery Bommie

Australia, QLD, Cairns and Port Douglas

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 16° 1.907' S
Longitude: 145° 51.203' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

English (Translate this text in English): Southwest back of Reef 2A in Agincourt complex.
Private mooring which is owned by Quicksilver dive. Permission need to use the mooring.

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15.0 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 30.0 m / 98.4 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

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English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

English (Translate this text in English): Abbundance of life on the pinnacle. Usually circling are some of the large fish including trevalley, barracuda and a few pelagics. Closer to the bommie you will fins loads of yellow lined snapper, anthea's, chromis etc as well as sweet-lips and numerous lion fish. Towards the top of the bommie you will find anenome fish and keep your eye our for some decorator crabs, stonefish and scorpian fish. In the shallow a vast garden of staghorn coral with frequent morays eel sightings.

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