This site is named after the half-million watt radio transmitting station also referred to simply as V.O.A. The huge antennas still tower above it.
Although fish life is not so profuse, you'll not be short of wonders to see. Visability is often excellent and this is an easy dive. There are masses of table, basket, brain, staghorn, star and finger corals here. Shell life is profuse and you can expect to encounter eggshell, map and tiger cowries everywhere. Be careful of the cones.
There is more fish life at the southern end, but as it's deeper, visability is not so good. Groupers, parrotfish, snappers and lionfish frequent this area.