Great spot to snorkel of the beach and see a bunch of WW2 equipment that was driven off the wharf into the ocean at the end of the war. You can still make out trucks, forklifts, guns etc. in crystal clear water, so it's really...更多
Literally and figuratively a rubbish dive. Little to commend it-other than the two wrecks that you pass on the way down to the rubbish dump. There are no military artefacts of interest there-i.e. hardware or ordinance etc, all there is to be seen are wrecked...更多
The main purpose of my cruise was to see the remains of the American equipment dumped into the bay.
Low tide made viewing easy, but it's rough going over the rusty metal and broken, albeit smooth, Coke and beer bottles.
I'm so glad I went...更多
We didn't have time to get in the water but just saw the sight from the beach. It's really a shame we littered this beautiful beach and 75 years later it's still so visible. Really it's an eyesore. All I could think about was tetanus!...更多
Million Dollar Point can be dived or snorkeled by shore, but if you dive it by boat, you get a much better perspective of the sheer scale of what was dumped here at the end of WW2. By entering and dropping to say 35m, you...更多
You can either snorkle or just walk around this site. Make sure you wear reef shoes or thongs or something. So much glass, wire and rusted parts of motors, engines etc. It is extraordinary. The Americans in WWII just dumped all their equipment here, they...更多