Descending in a westerly direction along the sandy beach slopes & beds of ribbon weed, we come to the Little Beach Boathouse jetty, which is only a 3-5m deep but bursting with fish life & provides fabulous wide-angle photo opportunities, especially on sunny days with perfect natural lighting. The pier’s pylons are covered with sponges & algaes where nudibranchs, shrimp & crabs like to hang out too. A short ~100m westerly swim from the jetty in approx 10-12m lies the sunken wreckage of a barge, ideal for sightings of tropical fish, including pineapple fish, wrasse and pomfreds/bullseyes. Between the wreckage & the pier are fields of soft coral plumes, with yellow gorgonian fans where seahorses & cowries are often found. When cruising over the sand beds sting rays and cuttlefish are your most likely encounter.