Get on board to the North Horn of the Osprey Reef in Australia. It is on the northernmost tip and is part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. When the current is evident, you can do a drift dive or opt for a deep one to as low as 40 meters. This time divers encounter the noted ?shark feed? that is definitely a crowd pleaser. After an orientation dive, you descend to 30 meters where you will find soft corals, whips, and fans. The hard coral coverage is extensive around Osprey Reef and is matched by the alternative soft ones on the bommie rises. Another plus for the North Horn Wall are the ledges and gorgonian fans as well as the larger pelagics. Don?t be surprised to see eagle and manta rays manoeuvring about and maybe a sailfish or two if you are lucky. It is certainly a photo op for any diver who wants to document the experience. When it gets to the time of the shark feed, you can go wild just like they do.
|Depth:?10-25 meters.||Visibility:?10-4 meters.||Liveaboard tours leave from Lizard Island and travel 170 kilometers to the site.||13?54.190S 146?38.985E|