Take to the water and dive the incredible Poor Knights Islands off the coast of Tutakaka boasting a wide array of marine life including stingrays, spotted black gropers, mosaic moray and Lord Howe coral fish.
The Poor Knights Islands sitting off the coast from Tutakaka offer a huge array of marine life that can be seen over long distances thanks to the spectacular visibility of the area
There are sponge gardens and gorgonian fields inhabited by a myriad of fish, shellfish, urchins and anemones. The islands’ famous arches are fascinating to explore and there are countless animals competing for space on the walls.
In the warmer months, fevers of stingrays can be seen cruising the waters of the archways. Many of the subtropical fish living in the marine reserve can only been found in the area. They include subtropical species such as spotted black groper, mosaic moray and Lord Howe coral fish. The fish are known for their friendliness, making for a memorable experience.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changed are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
For your safety, this experience is weather dependent.
Please bing your swimsuit, towel, sun block, camera and something warm to wear after diving.
This experience departs Warkworth or Tutakaka.