As the name suggests this dive site has a steep drop off, which gives way to a sloping reef dropping down to 25m. Drop Off is a dive spot offering a range of topography and fish life. Schooling blue stripe snappers and humpback snappers swarm around the coral big coral blocks sticking out from the reef. Octopus can be found hiding away along the length of the reef. Turtles are often seen feeding on algae and sponges growing on the reef.
Octopus, parrot fish, groupers, wrasses, sweetlips, angelfish, sergeant majors, trumpet and clown fish, moray eels, crayfish along with a wide variety of corals, sponges and sea anemones.