Lighthouse Reef South



Home to Bob the huge resident Napoleon Wrasse and several smaller members of his family; this reef boasts an incredible array of tropical fish and corals, on the Lighthouse wall.

Large areas of the reef are covered in gigantic table corals and big areas of plate corals. Abundant Stag horn, Daisy, Brain, Mushroom, Honeycomb and Leaf Corals grow here including many different types of sea anemones.

Large schools of Blue Lined Snapper and Harlequin Sweet lips relax in these waters. Nudibranchs and Flatworms slowly slither along amongst the Garden Eels with the occasional Turtles swimming by.

Mantis Shrimps are often seen ducking into holes and scuttling along the reef. Banded Shrimp, Cleaner Shrimp and the very pretty Anemone Shrimp all inhabit this reef.

White and Black Tip Reef Sharks also call this beautiful reef their home.