Steep coastal cliffs, fascinating geological formations and a small sandy beach help to make Second Valley unforgettable. There are multiple ways to to begin your dive, swim across the first bay, walk around the second bay and begin there or enter from the jetty.
Two small caves are easily found at the base of the cliff on the southern point of the second bay and around a little bit further are some easy swim-throughs. About 20 metres off shore is a small bommie which is home to a good variety of fish including both Leafy and Weedy Sea Dragons.
Best dived in south easterly winds.