This is the next public beach access point North of Yarrow Point and Aboyne Ave. in the Ardmore area of Saanich Inlet. I figured I'd give it a try since I tried the other two. On the chart, the bottom looks similar to the Aboyne Avenue dive site (shallow and not very steep). The one thing this place has for it is easy access. At the end of Braemar Road, there is plenty of room for parking and a short set of steps down to a flat, pebble beach. No long, steep trail. I came here March 9, 2007. I swam straight out and to the right. The gentle slope of the beach continued out for quite a distance. I swam over a long, shallow area of sand and algae-covered eelgrass. There were a couple of moon snails and that's about it until I reached 30 feet deep, where there were some rocky reefs with a few octopus dens (nobody home) a orange plumose anemone and a cluster of squid eggs. Deeper, there was just more sand. Visibility was around 20-30 feet at all depths. I kept swimming towards some docks on the right-hand point where the chart shows a bit of a steeper drop. Just past the docks, there was a slope of rocky rubble going down to around 40 feet deep. There wasn't much of interest here either. I only saw one copper rockfish and no perch, greenlings, etc. The only other fish I saw were black-eye gobies in the crevices. There were a couple more orange plumose anemones and a variety of seastars. -Basically the kind of life you get in the shallows in Saanich Inlet, but it seemed there was less here than at other Inlet sites. I don't think I'll bother coming back unless a decent wreck or something happens offshore.