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Farewell Spit Lighthouse
New Zealand

The Spit is administered by the New Zealand Department of Conservation as a sea bird and wild life reserve. Apart from a


small area at the base of the Spit it is closed to the public except through organized tours.

Tours include the opportunity to jump off a sand dune, a visit to the lighthouse and the gannet colony. The south side of

Farewell Spit is home to many thousands of sea birds; it also the site of frequent whale strandings mainly by Long-Finned

Pilot Whales. The northern side is bounded by the Tasman Sea.

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