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Cherubs Cave is one of Brisbane's best diving sites with plenty of rocky gulleys and sharks are common.
|Name Dive Site:||Cherubs Cave|
|Depth: ||20-30m (65-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bluezonescuba|
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A small concrete cherub used to mark the entrance to this fantastic hidden cave. Cherubs Cave is one of the true delights of the Brisbane Dive scene. The cave roughly measures 20 by 15 meters in the accessible section and the same again in a nearby inaccessible section. A torch is necessary here as is the knowledge that if you enter the cave you will be in a true overhead environment with its inherent dangers. The entire area is surrounded by rocky gullies and smaller caves and when there is a small current running the pelagic life can be spectacular. Grey Nurse Sharks love the area and even the mighty Great White has been spotted here, only once and it was only a small one. The Cherub has been on vacation for a while now, last seen near the engine of the St Paul, 6 miles to the north.
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