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Diving at the Sunken Barrier, at dive site Suzie's Bommie
|Name Dive Site:||Suzie's Bommie|
|Depth: ||5-35m (16-114ft)|
|Visibility: ||10-25m (32-82ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Suzie's bommie is located near the sunken barrier about 15 kilometers away from Port Moresby. It is a coral tower that rises from about 35 meters of depth to around 12 meters below the surface.
Invertebrates such as the pygmy seahorses, which live on gorgonian sea fans, is definitely the number one reason to dive here. Macro photographers will have a good time, because other small creatures such as nudibranchs and flatworms also inhabit this area. Near the top of the reef live tens of lionfish, but also clownfish, stonefish, fusiliers, batfish and snapper are very common. The coral is divers and colorful as well.
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