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Bream Rock

This dive site in New Zealand offers a thrilling experience for advanced and expert divers. With a potential depth of over 40m and strong currents, it is essential to have experienced boaties accompanying divers and freedivers.

The underwater world at this site is teeming with marine life. Red Moki, two spot demoiselles, and leather jackets are frequently spotted, along with schools of kingfish, trevally, and snapper during the warmer months. Be on the lookout for snake eels along the sand line.

The rock formations here are awe-inspiring. Some parts of the top of the rock may break the surface, while the shallows are covered in short algaes. As the rock slopes downwards sharply, divers will be treated to a colorful display of encrusting life, and deeper down, vibrant sponges reside. At certain times of the year, migrating packhorse lobsters can be found in the deep vertical cracks of the rock. On the sand, you may encounter john dory patrolling the rock, and the heads of snake eels can be spotted. However, it is important to be cautious of the strong currents and sea conditions.

Located near Bream Rock, Te Whara Track, Ocean Beach, Whangarei District, Northland, New Zealand, this dive site offers a maximum depth of 18m and visibility of 8m. Plan your dive accordingly and embrace the wonders that this underwater beauty has to offer.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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