Middle Garden has a shallow hard coral wall that plateaus out at a depth of around 10m. The corals give way to a 20m wide sandy road that runs parallel with the coastline. The sandy road is fringed with larger hard boulder coral that ends in a garden of hard coral that slopes down to about 70m at the drop off. Usually planned as a fixed mooring dive, Middle garden is a site to look out for a variety of stingrays relaxing on the sand, schools of milkfish patrolling the shallow waters, nesting trigger fish, moray eels and groups of goatfish, banner and butterfly fish scattered along the hard coral wall. Perfect for all levels of divers.
There is a great variety of marine life in this area and it is a channel for big creatures such as Manta Rays and Whale Sharks.