Outer Bizzies Pinnacles and Gully

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The Outer Bizzies is a combination of pinnacles and gullies. At the far edge there is a gully dropping down from 15m on each side to 27m in the middle. The southern end opens out onto flat seabed. The main gully, we refer to it as a canyon as it is a large and impressive gully, is covered in life. Soft and hard corals, sponges and bryozoans cover the rocks in an amazing range of colour.

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Posted: June 20, 2014

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