Barracuda Bommie Dive Site

Port Douglas, Douglas Area

With a name like Barracuda Bommie you would expect to see barracuda at this dive site, and fortunately it rarely disappoints. Located on the Agincourt Reefs, off Port Douglas, Barracuda Bommie is a giant pinnacle of coral that rises from the sandy sea floor at 26 metres.

This wonderful bommie is home to turtles, sweetlips, coral trout, trevally, fusiliers and schools of yellow-finned goatfish, snubnose drummer and blue-lined snapper. A smaller bommie, about 60 metres away, is worth a look as it is always covered in cardinalfish, sweetlips, coral trout and many other species. Also have a close look at the sand as blue spotted stingrays and colonies of garden eels are found at this brilliant dive site.

Agincourt Reefs
Port Douglas, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

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