Popes Eye can be accessed from either Portsea or Queenscliff. A man made lagoon, the centre of the lagoon where many of the boats dock is a safe place for snorkelling, although not very interesting. Outside the lagoon the water depth drops rapidly and the is a forest of kelp as well as sandy bottom there. Fish life is plentiful... 更多
have boated here a few times but on our last occasion there where no other boats anchored and we discovered a reef that goes right around the popes eye where the boats are normally anchored the depth was great and I saw the most amazing sealife and plants! well worth the trip out here!
An easy dive with a wall to follow outside the eye in bot directions. Plenty of fish life in the... 更多
We visited with a group on a tour, but enjoyed the sheltered water to snorkel and see the kelp and... 更多
You will have to listen to the fascinating history of why this man made reef was created--then jump overboard--lots choices... 更多
The Searoad Ferries ply the passage passed the Pope's Eye every day between Queenscliff and Sorrento, however if you want... 更多
Pope’s Eye is a artificial structure protruding above the water surface. It is composed of bluestone boulders laid in a... 更多