Cuttlefish Boardwalk

If you are comfortable in the water you will not require a guide. One of the best things about this epic natural event is its accessibility, you can literally walk out to waist deep water with your suit, mask and snorkel, put your head under the waves and see one of natures greatest shows. 

The Cuttlefish spawning sites are accessible to everyone and are free to visit. At Black Point there is a car park & a wooden staircase which leads down to the rocky shoreline. At the top of the Santos western boundary fence (Stony Point) there is a car park with a 60 metre pathway made of recycled materials which leads down over the rocks to the high water mark (access to the Santos side of the fence line is prohibited). Please note there are no toilet and shower facilities at these locations but these are available closer to the lighthouse.

Access to the cuttlefish aggregation is free and we provide a free map at the dive shop to the best sites at no charge.

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