Explore Auckland's diving frontier, littered with spectacular sites for the novice to the professional diver.
Just an hours drive north of Auckland CBD lies some of New Zealand's finest diving and scenery. The islands of Auckland's Hauraki Gulf from the tip of Coromandel Peninsula to Bream Head offer divers, snorkellers and sightseers an untouched and breathtaking experience of New Zealand.
On our dive trips, underwater explorers can witness large pelagic species, dense school fish and brightly coloured invertibrae and lava reef life. Deep blue ocean water surrounds these islands allowing for clearer visibilty and warmer water temperatures than the nearby coast. Perfect for underwater photography, hunting or pleasure diving.
Marine mammals such as dolphins, orca and several other species of whale are commonly seen on our dive trips. The common season for sightings is usually between September and April.
Most of the islands are home to rare species of New Zealand bird life. Some slowly rejuvinating from close extinction.