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The Tie-Dye Archway is a great dive site just south of the main Poor Knights Islands group.
|Name Dive Site:||Tie-Dye Archway|
|Depth: ||5-20m (16-65ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||knight_diver_tours|
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The fantastic dive Tie Dye Arch is situated at the pinnacles, some 8kms from the main poor knights group. It is very exposed and is only accessible in flat, calm conditions. The name derives from the colourful patterns of sponges and anemones on the walls of the arch. Stingrays are common here and sometimes dozens of them cruise the area. There is some very interesting topography here with a brilliant profusion of fish life. The depth close in to the arch is no deeper than 20 metres, so it is suitable for all levels of experience. The arch harbours a wide range of fish species and lord howe island coral fish can usually be found at the cave's mouth inside the seaward entrance. The area around the arch is prolific with fishes, as is action channel, the pass between the two pinnacles.
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