Daedalus Reef lies 180km south of Brother Islands. The reef is huge, surrounded by a sheer wall all around.
On the edge of the drop-off is where all the sharks hang out. Oceanic whitetips, schooling hammerheads, grey reef and silvertip sharks frequent the area. At the southern point of Daedalus Reef, keep an eye out for a special appearance from thresher sharks.
In addition to the abundance of shark action, Daedalus Reef is home barracudas, giant trevallies, tunas and even mantas cruise past. Cleaning stations are plentiful, where wrasse attend the queues of bluespine unicornfish and groupers.