Located halfway between two of North Stradbroke Island’s most popular dive sites, Shag Rock and Flat Rock, is large rocky ridge known as Middle Reef.
There are a number of dive sites at Middle Reef, in depths from 12 metres to 33 metres, where divers can explore ledges, caves and rocky walls. This wonderful rocky reef is coloured by pretty soft corals, sponges, gorgonians, sea whips and bushy black coral trees, the coral so lush as it is nearly always washed by strong currents. Middle Reef is populated by the usual varieties of reef fish and invertebrate species found off Brisbane, but is also a good place to see gropers, crayfish, wobbegongs, stingrays and eagle rays.
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