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Fiordland’s ten marine reserves border the Fiordland National Park and are a fantastic example of protected natural environments.
The beautiful Horoirangi Marine Reserve lies north of Nelson city, along the eastern side of Tasman Bay.
Kāpiti Marine Reserve is popular for its abundant sea life including blue moki, kingfish, seals and dolphins.
On the northeastern edge of Auckland city lies the Long Bay-Ōkura Marine Reserve.
Tucked away in the Marlborough Sounds, Long and Kokomahua islands are nestled inside the entrance to Queen Charlotte Sound.
Once upon a time (before 1975, that is) there were no marine reserves around the shores of Aotearoa New Zealand.
This epic roadie connects the little coves, beaches and bays of the east and the immense dunes, wild coastline and...
For at least 500 years, Māori lived along the coast northwest of Nelson, gathering food from the sea, estuaries and...
This marine reserve on the Coromandel Peninsula is adjacent to some of the most beautiful – and popular – coastline...
Ulva Island, in Stewart Island Rakiura’s Paterson Inlet, is one of the country’s southernmost marine reserves.
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