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Post  liquidg on 23rd January 2015, 2:19 pm

Approximately three hundred yards due north from Currumundi creek, just a kilometre or two north of Dickies beach and roughly a kilometre out from the beach is where this reef begins. It is at its shallowest at twelve feet and you can find this reefs shallowest via the swell showing on the shallows and can get to seventy plus feet deep out to sea. This would have to be one of the best dive/snorkel sites on the sunshine coast second only to old woman island, when the water is clear.
The best ways to get to this spot is via Mooloolaba or Caloundra channel launching near the caravan park or the boat ramp into the open ocean and it’s partly protected from the surf, it is half way from the king’s beach surf club to the end of the point along Headland esplanade near to the right of Margaret Street.
Boat or surf ski access only to this reef, it’s a long swim any other way!

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