The Bubble Cave is on the north-western corner of the rock. It is quite large, big enough for three or four divers to stick their heads out of the water for a chat (the depth here is about 13 metres).
After exiting from the cave, swim back to the north over the sand rubble. On your right there is another ridge which you can either swim around or over. Below there is a sandy gutter that runs for 30 or 40 metres in almost a north/south direction. Follow the gutter to the south and the depth increases to 21 metres before coming to a sudden end. After examining this cave, follow the gutter to the north till it narrows and eventually peters out altogether.
From here, swim back to the west, keeping at whatever depth you want. Once again, the fish life is good but the terrain is what makes this dive special.