January, 2022

2022Sat08Jan10:00 am3:00 pmWaiheke Snorkel Day10:00 am - 3:00 pm Enclosure Bay, Waiheke Island, AucklandType:Environmental,Free,School Holidays,SportsWhere:Gulf IslandsAges:Children (5 to 10 years),Teens (13 to 18 years),Tweens (10 to 12 years)

Waiheke Snorkel Day


(Saturday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Event Details

Explore the wonders of Enclosure Bay on Waiheke Island on Sat 8 January 2022 with Experiencing Marine Reserves – you never know what you might spot!

There will be 3 sessions to choose from: Rotation 1: 10am – 11.30am; Rotation 2: 11.30am – 1.00pm or Rotation 3: 1.00pm – 2.30pm. Registration is essential.

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 12 years must be accompanied by an adult beach observer. Experienced guides and advanced safety procedures will be in place on the day.

COVID information:
Vaccination certificates for all those ages 12 and over will be required for all* public events in the COVID Traffic Light framework for the summer of 2021/22 (*unless specified otherwise).
Participants under 12 years of age will need to be accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent or guardian.
All participants will need to use face coverings and distance where practical. Please bring the QR code for My Vaccine Pass on your phone or printed to be scanned & verified on the event. You will need to bring photo ID.

Back up date:
Saturday the 23rd of April 2022

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


Cost: FREE,  donations are appreciated!

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.


Experiencing Marine ReservesExperiencing Marine Reserves EMR is a national programme of experiential learning about marine conservation. EMR’s independence, professional delivery, marine reserves focus and provision of a range of learning styles make it unique within New Zealand.