Coral Spawn Bay update

With an ideal offshore wind this morning, the Bay is starting to look a lot clearer. Locals have been busy clearing the bay of dead fish and weed and whilst the Department of Fisheries are still not recommending that you swim in Bill’s Bay, other areas such as Oyster Bridge, Maud’s Landing and Five Fingers reef are clear and ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

We appreciate the understanding of our guests while we wait for Mother Nature to return the bay to it’s normal pristine beauty.

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