´Air´ means water and ´Prang´ means war. Air Prang was named after the jetty offering fresh water from an uphill aquifer, installed by the Japanese during WW2. Air Prang is located to the left of the jetty, Air Prang 2 is located in front of the jetty, and Air Prang 3 is to the right of the jetty. Air Prang is a large, spread-out gradual sand slope which is popular for night diving but also potentially great during the day. Air Prang is good for octopus species and the Bobbit Worm but the barren terrain and low density of critters mean that fewer divers come during the day compared to all the muck sites to the north.