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Turtle Gully, Heron Island

An incoming tide will provide the best visibility at this site. A large gully leads out to beautiful coral wall full of biodiversity. Just past the gully there a few scattered bommies at 18 meters. The wall is best observed from 8 to 14 meters. There are schooling unicorn fish, many spotted sweetlips and milkfish feeding on the surface. This site is also referred to as Harry’s House. Harry is a Great Hammerhead shark that will approach divers to welcome them to his house.

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