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Enclosure Bay

46 Great Barrier Rd

Palm Beach

Waiheke, Auckland

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Explore the waters of Enclosure Bay by snorkel. Find spotties, parore, goatfish and the occasional snapper. Fun for the whole whānau!

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We are celebrating our 10th year running our Waiheke community guided snorkel day! Come join us and explore the wonders of Enclosure Bay, you never know what you might spot.

This event is funded by the Waiheke Local Board and The Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation. It is part of Seaweek.

When: 12pm – 5pm (arrive and register any time between 12pm and 4:30pm) Saturday 09th of January - Back up Saturday the 20th of February 2021

Where: Enclosure Bay, Waiheke

Bring your own gear or get free hire of our mask, snorkel, fins and wetsuits. Recommended for everyone 5 years and up. All children under 15 years must be accompanied by an adult beach observer. Experienced guides and advanced safety procedures will be in place on the day.

Experiencing Marine Reserves runs a series of free and subsidised events over the summer months - we rely on your support to make them happen. We appreciate donations, either cash/eftpos on the day, online or by giving a koha of your time volunteering at a future event. Most people donate $5-10pp.

Please note that due to COVID-19 we will only be able to run this event at alert level 1. If we are at alert level 2 or above we will postpone the event to the back up date. Snorkel equipment and all joint surfaces will be sanitised between uses. Registrations will be taken on the day and kept for contact tracing purposes. There will also be an event QR code to use on the day.

Check out our frequently asked questions here: 

FAQ Snorkel Day information sheet 2020-21 season

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46 Great Barrier Rd

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Waiheke, Auckland

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