This place is the next public beach access point North of the other Yarrow Point dive site. It's at the end of Aboyne Avenue. There's a trail (a bit shorter than the trail to McKenzie Bight) leading down to some steps to the rocky beach. These steps actually go into the water at high tide. On the chart it looks fairly steep down to about 50-60 feet. I came here in late January, 2007. I swam out and to the right. The bottom was flatter than I expected. It was mostly sand and eelgrass with a few boulders and rocky reefs here and there. Eventually, about 20 feet deep, there was an area with piles of boulders and rubble along with some solid rocky reefs. There were hardly any fish (I only saw one lonely copper rockfish), but octopus dens were everywhere. It seemed like they were spaced out every few feet in every crevice between and under the boulders. Of course I didn't see anyone home although the crab shells looked fresh. Most of the life was of the seastar variety (sort of like Moses Point). There was a large reef that led down to about 60 feet deep. There was very little life down here as well. A large slope of rubble was piled at the base of this reef and usually areas like this are swarming with rockfish, but here there were only a few prawns and some gobies. Visibility was around 10 feet at the surface and 30 feet deeper down. The dive was fun since you never know what you'll find when you're at a new site, but I don't think I'll be back.