Stingray – Northern Arch

Northern Arch is a 40-metre-deep cut in a sheer rock wall at the northern end of the Poor Knights. Like a busy city alley it attracts hoards of life—thousands of fish,

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and for a month or two every five to ten years, massive aggregations of short-tailed rays.

The largest stingrays are the size of dining tables, but they are as docile as they are large, content to slide over a diver or come within arms-length of a snorkeler.

Episodes From This Series

Miranda

1 minute / 2018

Mangroves

1 minute / 2018

Eagle Rays

1 minute / 2018

Stormwater

1 minute / 2018

Leigh Wharf

1 minute / 2018

Waiheke Channel

1 minute / 2018

Commercial Fishing

1 minute / 2018

VR: Hauraki Gulf

1 hour / 2018

City on the sea

1 minute / 2018

Snapper – Goat Island

1 hour / 2018

Kina barren -Three Kings

1 hour /

Kina Barren – Nordic Reef

32 seconds / 2018

Stingray – Northern Arch

1 minute, 29 seconds / 2018

Tie Dye Arch – The Pinnacles

2 Minutes / 2018

NZ-VR Trailer

2 minutes / 2018

Experience Tie Dye Arch

1 minute / 2017

The mystery of the talking fish

3 minutes / 2017

Experience scootering with Lucy

1 minute / 2017

Experience Blue Maomao Arch

1 minute / 2017

Experience Northern Arch

1 minute / 2017