Thank you for your interest in the Kermadec region of New Zealand.
If you would like to more information about the global significance of the Kermadec region please contact:
Director, Kermadec Initiative
Global Ocean Legacy
+644 499 0330
+6421 708 408
This site should provide you with good background information.
If you would like to use any Kermadec photographs please call Amelia on +644 499 0332 or +6421 164 1112
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