This place is on the Northern tip of the Saanich Peninsula near deep cove and Wain Rock. At the end of Moses Point Road there is a reasonably short trail leading down to a nice beach with white-shell sand between rocky areas. Moses Point is to your left. On the marine chart there seems to be a steep area going down to around 40 feet on the South side of the point. I dove here in early March, 2006. I swam around to the far side of the point underwater. Most of this area is shallow sand and small rocks. Eventually I ended up where I wanted to be and there was a rocky reef that bottomed out at around 35 feet. A gentle slope of sand and small rocks led out farther into the inlet. I tried swimming out for awhile, but I only reached a depth of 43 feet so I gave up and swam back to the reef. There wasn't a whole lot of large life on the rocks. The most obvious creatures were a variety of seastars. I didn't see any fish other than some gobies hiding in crevices. There were the usual shrimp, nudibranchs (mostly large clowns), small yellow encrusting-type sponges and crabs (kelp and red rock). This place looks a lot like Setchell Point without the fish. There are a few patches of orange colonial tunicates to let you know you are leaving the Inlet. This isn't a place that makes me want to go back, but it was bright and fairly clear (30 feet visibility), the sun reflected off the patches of white sand and the seastars seemed especially colourful.
-Sorry about all the "self-portraits with seastars", but that's all I had to work with.