Nobody really comes diving here, but I though I would give it a try. It's in the "Uplands" neighborhood of Oak Bay. The point itself is in a park called "Uplands Park" (amazing creativity). In prehistoric times, steamers from Vancouver would deliver cattle to Victoria by dumping them overboard here and letting them swim to shore. I came here in early January, 2006. There are 2 boat-launch ramps on either side of the point. I entered right between them at the "pointy end" of the point. I swam out and to the left. Visibility was less than 10 feet (I find visibility on this side of Victoria is usually worse in the winter). The rocky reef was mostly flat (no big walls or anything) and silty. There were a few anemones (painted, fish-eating), nudibranchs and sea stars. Some of the vertical sides of boulders had encrusting sponge and colonial tunicates on them. The shallows were covered with rockweed instead of the surfgrass I was expecting. There weren't many fish, just a few longfin sculpins, and kelp greenlings. I did see a spiny lumpsucker, which I've never seen before. At around 30 feet, the rock ended and there was a plain of eel-grass in the sand. I didn't see any of the interesting creatures you normally see in eel-grass, just a few tiny snails. After swimming out and to the left for awhile, I eventually reached a deeper part of the reef, but it was still only around 50 feet deep and there wasn't much life on it. I showed up about halfway between slack and maximum current, but I didn't feel much. If I didn't have a camera to poke around with, I would have found the dive fairly boring. I don't think I'll come again.