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One of New Zealand's most famous dive destinations is Goat Island just north of Auckland.
|Name Dive Site:||Goat Island|
|Depth: ||5-30m (16-98ft)|
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Goat Island has been a marine reserve since 1975; it is home to a huge variety of marine life including Blue Cod, Snapper, and Crayfish. The attraction however is not just the marine life but the opportunity to see an underwater world so undisturbed in visibility between 5 and 20 meters.
Goat Island is an easy swim and a superb dive spot with depths 9 to 18metres. Beneath the waves are a variety of habitats, from rocky shores exposed at low tide, to deep reefs, underwater cliffs, canyons and sand flats. Each habitat harbors its own creatures, from seaweed forests in the pulsating light zone, to deeper waters where clinging animals like sea squirts, anemones, sponges and shellfish are found. The crayfish know they are protected, the snapper play in your bubbles and the blue cod act like submarine fizzers. It's a wonderful place to get close to nature, make friends with the undersea community and snap some fish portraits if you're into underwater photography.
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Great Barrier Island Tourism
Great Barrier Island is one of New Zealands best diving and fishing locations. We can supply you with a tailor made package that will allow you to discover the very best of the what makes Great Barrier Island so special.For fantastic deals on airfares, accommodation, car rental and activities... Book online or give our staff a call for information and assistance with planning your island adventure.
|Great Barrier Island Tourism|
09 429 0222
| ||PO Box 29 Claris, Great Barrie...|
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