Not all reef within the Flinders CMR is low profile, relict coast. There are also occasional granite outcrops reflecting the adjacent coastal geology. This outcrop is an isolated feature of approximately 300 m in length, rising to a height of over 20 m above the seabed, which is in 80 m. The pink line (on the lower right figure) shows the track of an AUV over this feature, where we collected detailed imagery of the associated benthic fauna. The lower left shows where the AUV was nearly placed due to an error in map coordinates produced by the map maker. Luckily it was corrected prior to AUV deployment, but indicates some of the pitfalls that can happen with even the best planning. Multibeam mapping was undertaken as pre-NERP planning research by IMAS/GA and the AUV mission was undertaken as IMOS (Tasnode) monitoring with support from IMAS NERP Hub staff. Such sites are intended to be repeated through time (every second year) as part of IMOS monitoring.