The popular dive site West of Eden is on the other side of island number 7 to East of Eden, and like many of the dive sites around the island it consists of large boulders. Soft coral dominate the site, but sea fans, sponges and gorgonians can also be found here too.

Interesting varieties of pipefish and nudibranches can be found in the crevices on the site wall, while larger marine animals can be found at the depths of the site. Giant trevally have been know to inhabit this area and white and black tip sharks are often sighted passing by.

West of Eden varies in depth from as shallow as 5 metres to as deep as 40. Currents can be strong, but it is still a suitable dive site for anyone from beginners to experienced divers.