At the most northern point of the of New Zealand’s North Island, the ocean literally meets the sea – the Tasman Sea, which separates Australia and New Zealand, meets the Pacific Ocean which separates New Zealand (and Australia) from South America. There is a clear indication where Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean meet, which is quite unusual, but there it is! That row of waves is one very large body of water (Tasman Sea, on the left) meeting the largest in the world (Pacific Ocean, right).
Photos taken February 2012.
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