Kiwi Reef was discovered by a diver from New Zealand. It is a popular reef for underwater photographers, which is easily accessed from shore. The reef consists of coral heads and seagrass. The seagrass contains a myriad of marine life, including seahorses, eels, sea slugs, small schools of fish, and large pufferfish.
The primary reef system starts at about 20 meters. Here you will find many healthy coral heads interspersed by sandy patches that are teeming with life. Macrophotography is great here as the corals are home to juvenile fish, nudibranchs, glass shrimps, red-banded coral shrimps, and small crabs. There are also plenty of eels, lionfish, trunkfish, scorpionfish, stonefish, and anthius fish to be seen.