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DOC is responsible for the administration of the Kapiti Marine Reserve. The Kapiti Marine Reserve is a protected area on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island. I' m doing poaching in the Kapiti Marine Reserve. Find out more about the species that live in the Kapiti Marine Reserve, WG, NZ! It was proposed to convert the old building of the Raumati Pool into a marine centre.

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The Kapiti Marine Reserve is a sanctuary on the westerly shore of New Zealand's northern island. Situated between the Paraparaumu and Waikanae and Kapiti Island shores, it is 30 kilometers from Wellington. Founded in 1992, it encompasses an area of 2,167 ha, split into an east and east part on both sides of Kapiti Island.

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The Kapiti Marine Reserve

The Kapiti Marine Reserve offers clear water and wonderful marine living, only 50 km from Wellington. Snorkelers can discover the cliffs near the coast of Kapiti Island. The most worthwhile dive is on the west side and the northern side of the island. Its rocky bottom, protected coastline and sand bottom are home to a wide range of marine species.

Starfishes, coral, anemones, octopuses and marine life such as butterfishes, coalfish and redfish are also found in these areas. Visiting the extraordinarily clear water of Kapiti are seafishes, such as the bluefinch and kingfisher; sub-tropical species, such as the speckled African Grey, the drumpet and the Pied Cichlids.

The Arapawaiti at the north end of the islands is a wintry catchment area for hardy sealfishes. Onshore they live on octopus and swarmfishes until they move southwards to reproduce. Cetaceans are also frequent patrons of these waterbodies. Boating offers licenced excursions to and around Kapiti Iceland and the Paraparaumu Beach Reservation and make a beautiful full days from Wellington.

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