Claret Bay is on the Southern end of the archipelago and is a unique sheltered anchorage. From this anchorage we can access Sherry Lagoon and the inner ecosystem of the Montebello Islands. Explore the crystal-clear inner mangrove systems of Willy Nilly Lagoon and why not harvest some delicious fresh oysters or a crayfish or two along the way.
The Montes have been identified as an internationally important bird area and support's a significant populations of fairy terns, roseate terns, and sooty oystercatchers. Other common species include greater crested terns, ospreys, white-bellied sea-eagles, pied oystercatchers, caspian terns and bridled terns. You also might be lucky enough to see beach stone-curlews.
After lunch the snorkellers and explorers will head off again. You may prefer to join our experienced fishing guides in search of fine table fish such as Spanish mackerel, red emperor, coral trout, trevally, and spangled emperor.