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Waihi Point is a protective old time favorite at Cape Jackson with plenty of moki, crayfish and perch.
|Name Dive Site:||Waihi Point|
|Depth: ||10-12m (32-39ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||go_dive_marlborough|
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Waihi Point is situated on the eastern side of Cape Jackson, New Zealand. It offers very good protection when the wind is from the western or northern quarters. There is a reef running offshore from the Point, starting off at 10 meters and progressively getting deeper. The current can be quite strong further out, so most of our dives are done closer to the shore in around 10-12 meters of water. When the current is running, big shoals of Butterfly Perch are seen and just sitting in from the Point looking out makes for a great dive, as you fin back around into the bay large Moki and Crayfish are seen amongst the kelp.
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