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Caves, gutters and deep ledges are found while diving at fantastic Henderson Rock.
|Name Dive Site:||Henderson Rock|
|Depth: ||18-30m (59-98ft)|
|Visibility: ||18-25m (59-82ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||bluezonescuba|
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This is one of Brisbane's best and least frequented dive sites. Henderson Rock is an extensive granite outcrop and gutter system on the ocean side of Moreton Island. The terrain is spectacular with deep ledges, overhangs and caves to explore. In the winter you can expect sightings of Grey Nurse Sharks as they occasionally school up in the main gutter to the north of the shallow rock. Other species of shark like Gummy Sharks, Leopard Sharks and Wobbegong also frequent the area. For the underwater hunter it is worth noting that Ornate Crayfish are quite prolific here. Current can occasionally run from the north, bringing the pelagic in to feed by the rock.
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