Divers will find a lot to explore at Pams Point, Heron Island. This site has wonderful fields of staghorn coral in the shallows and a scattering of bommies in depths to 20 metres. Both terrains are worth exploring, so you might find yourself zigzagging up and down the reef trying to see it all. Washed by gentle currents, Pams Point is a good place to see pelagic fish, such as trevally, barracuda and mackerel. However this site is also well known for its turtles, stingrays and eagle rays. Abundant reef fish also populate this lovely dive site, including angelfish, parrotfish and blue tangs.