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Dive site Eagle Bluff is known for its muck diving and enormous marine life.
|Name Dive Site:||Eagle Buff|
|Depth: ||0-5m (0-16ft)|
|Visibility: ||5-12m (16-39ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||perthscuba|
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: Eagle Bluff is 30 minutes before Denham with on the west side the Denham Hamelin road. The turn off is well signposted. Follow the dirt rd, for 4 km and take the left hand turnoff. If you miss the turnoff you will head up to the lookout where you can see the dive site as well. From the car park go down to the beach and follow it along the right to the base of the cliff where you can enter. Entering direct off the beach can lead to a bit of a wade through old sea grass drifts during summer.
Dive site Eagle Bluff is verging on a snorkel but there is so much to see that scuba makes everything a lot easier. The dive site can be done in something of a loop. Swim out following the rubble line at the base of the cliffs. Great muck style diving with many chitons, some corals and lots and lots of fish. Once you get around the other side and want to head back swim out to the sea grass lines and follow that back. Here you can see many big schools of coral trout, tusk fish and lots of other fish. Sea snakes, dugong, dolphins and sharks are sometimes spotted here. There are a couple of bommies with hard corals amongst the sea grass beds.
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