NEW ZEALAND's FAR NORTH .....
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Diving the Far North

        The Far North's coastal fringe covers over 200 miles of
  shoreline. Along this perimeter is a wonderful mix of geographical
  structure given the relatively small area of the regions landmass.
  Hard and soft shorelines broken by a small number of harbours,
  and in places modified             by gaunt peninsulas and rocky
   headlands. These                 geological features create a
    diverse assembly of              marine habitats and for divers,
    options that rival in              richness many of New Zealand's
           more well-known               dive locations.
 
      


 

 

 

 

 
                     

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