Great Barrier Island Scuba Dive Trip - Full Day

Departs Tutukaka
NZD031
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Highlights

  • Plenty of dive sites across the chain of islands
  • Explore the wreck of SS Wairarapa
  • Sub-tropical climate with temperate waters and a rich volcanic history

This is your chance to dive the incredible Great Barrier Island, a region spanning as far as 40km long and 15km wide. With a sub-tropical climate and temperate waters, there’s plenty of explore including the SS Wairarapa which rests at the northern top of Great Barrier Island.

What's Included?

  • Full day dive trip
  • Two tank dives
  • All gear

Great Barrier Island is a rich eco-system fed by the East Auckland current that travels through the famous Poor Knights and Mokohinau Islands. Its sub-tropical climate provides temperate waters and with the region’s colourful volcanic history, there is plenty to explore under the water’s surface.

The chain of islands that form the Great Barrier stretches 40km in length and is 15km wide, so there are plenty of dive locations available with opportunities for any level of diver. It is also an ideal destination for both scuba divers and spearfishing alike.

There are also a number shipwrecks to investigate or dive including the SS Wairarapa. In the third worst shipwreck in New Zealand waters, 121 lives were lost when the Union Steam Ship Company steamer Wairarapa struck Miners Head, on the northern tip of Great Barrier Island. She is now broken up and has become part of the reef, resting a depths approximately 15m deep.

Session Length

  • Please allow a full day for this experience

Guidelines

  • You must be a certified diver

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changed are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.

Weather

For your safety, this experience is weather dependent.

Dress Code

Please bing your swimsuit, towel, sun block, camera and something warm to wear after diving.

This experience departs from Warkworth or Tutukaka.