This was the first place I went diving in Halifax. It's in the Terrence Bay area. It's a popular spot for dive classes because it's shallow, fairly protected and has easy access. Local diver Dave took me on a complete tour of the bay. The middle is mostly sand. I found the most interesting areas to be the right and left edges of the bay. There are rocky reefs and boulders here. Lobsters were everywhere (larger than those we get in the grocery stores). Fish included "sea raven" sculpins, small schools of pollack, flounders and some Atlantic cod hiding under boulders. Most of the rocks were pink from coralline algae. Visibility was around 30 feet on the first dive and 10 feet on another day (rougher weather). We made it out to 50 feet deep, but I found most of the life was 10-30 feet deep.