Many hectares of rocks are exposed during low tide at either end of the two mile bay creating a family playground for fishing, snorkeling and crayfishing. The North end of the bay has the better and larger rocky outcrops creating sheltered inlets and rock pools, which are ideal for launching small boats to fish the many reefs. Catches of fish include Moki, Butterfish, Kahawai, Blue and Red Cod as well as many other species. The exposed reef in three places 2km out to sea creates a great place for scuba diving and boat fishing where Groper have been caught.
The resort brags to have one of the best nine hole golf links in the country, where one can nearly see the Pacific Ocean from every tee. The modern clubhouse - the watering hole for familiar faces also overlooks the tennis courts.
A surf club with strong membership is active over most of the summer season.