Boom! Show us your best water bomb
Dave Murray and his mates filmed some classic water bomb action in Waikato, and then slowed it right down.
SAM DODD - © Fairfax NZ News
On an amazing day in the Bay Of Plenty, Sam Dodd headed out to capture this water bomb action.
Debbie Dooney shows off her son's expertise in backflips as part of our water bombs assignment.
Tom Watson showed off his Kiwi water prowess on a trip to France with this fancy flip.
Liviu Sas has been hitting up the Frank Kitts Park plank for lunchtime water bombs every day for four weeks - no matter what the weather is.
Richard Connelly and his family spent hours of killer splash time at the water slide north of Riwaka.
Elisha Rolleston earned the reputation as a water bomb king around many swimming spots in Tauranga. Find out why.
It's the last day of 2012 and Rob Smith and family are celebrating in style with fishing, swimming and monster water bombs.
Monique Brown captured the splash action down at Wellington's waterfront including a Mexican wave and group plank jump.
On a cracker day in the capital, Michael Farr and a friend hit the water bomb platform for some lunchtime flips.
After a week of rain, the sun came out in the Darran Mountains and there was no option but to bomb away in the nearby Cleddau River.
Thomas Edwards filmed this awesome water bomb video above and under water to show his daughter in the UK what she was missing out on.
Due to a lack of good jumping spots on the south coast of Wellington, Tim Haxell and his mates made their own.
When it's hot and rainy, what better way to cool off that jumping off a rock in to a lovely stream?