Haydens Rock is a beautiful shore dive site for beginners as well as advanced scuba enthusiasts.
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Haydens Rock is the 'cruisiest' dive around town. It is a large rocky outcrop situated between Pebbly Beach and Forsters' Main Beach, approximately 150 meters off the headland. This dive site is very good for the beginner diver right up to the very advanced diver. Haydens Rock is home to an array of marine life including numerous amounts of species of small tropical fish, which come and go at different times throughout the year. There are Blue Groper, Moray eels, Stingrays and Southern Eagle Rays (otherwise known as Bull Rays). You might even see small Pufferfish if you look in the undercuts of the reef, along with the Banded Shrimp, and other small crayfish species. This dive is also known to have Loggerhead Turtles sleeping in the undercuts from time to time, so keep your eye out for them!
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