The dive team swims towards the far point where the reef drops off to beyond 200 m. Generally the current is strong, bringing plankton and bountiful food for thousands of fishes. The place literally 'explodes'. Hammerheads, reef sharks, rays and schools of pelagic frantically are in search of food. You can 'hang on' a protruding rock or a submerged mooring rope and watch the show. Mulloway is named after one of Tufi's first guests who lives in Mulloway near Coffs Harbour in Australia. Great visibility caused by the ocean's current upwelling. A spectacular giant clam lives at the safety stop.