Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 NE Coast

New Zealand, New Zealand NI

This coast varys between beach, reef, point and river bar breaks. most consistent swell is from the north east. the inner city beaches only get waves if there is a big troppy ground swell coming down the coast or a N.E to East storm swell created by winds closer to the coast. The beaches picking up swell get more consistent the further north you go as they are out of the shadow of the corramandel, great barrier island and the other islands of the outer hauraki gulf. The main surf beaches atart at Omaha and Takatu point. Omaha dosn't pick up as much swell as beaches further north such as pakiri but takatu picks up all swells coming from the north to N.E directions. Pakiri is the first real open beach facing the north east. beaches from here up to waipu pick up all swells from the N.E to S.E. Can pick up bigger north swells as well. some classic breaks like Te arai point, mangawhai bar, dings, the cove, the groin, omaha bar, and the mythical Milford reef, o'neils and taka north reef dot this coast line. There are still alot of secret spots on this coast that most surfers just drive past without knowing of.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This coast varys between beach, reef, point and river bar breaks. most consistent swell is from the north east. the inner city beaches only get waves if there is a big troppy ground swell coming down the coast or a N.E to East storm swell created by winds closer to the coast. The beaches picking up swell get more consistent the further north you go as they are out of the shadow of the corramandel, great barrier island and the other islands of the outer hauraki gulf. The main surf beaches atart at Omaha and Takatu point. Omaha dosn't pick up as much swell as beaches further north such as pakiri but takatu picks up all swells coming from the north to N.E directions. Pakiri is the first real open beach facing the north east. beaches from here up to waipu pick up all swells from the N.E to S.E. Can pick up bigger north swells as well. some classic breaks like Te arai point, mangawhai bar, dings, the cove, the groin, omaha bar, and the mythical Milford reef, o'neils and taka north reef dot this coast line. There are still alot of secret spots on this coast that most surfers just drive past without knowing of.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This coast varys between beach, reef, point and river bar breaks. most consistent swell is from the north east. the inner city beaches only get waves if there is a big troppy ground swell coming down the coast or a N.E to East storm swell created by winds closer to the coast. The beaches picking up swell get more consistent the further north you go as they are out of the shadow of the corramandel, great barrier island and the other islands of the outer hauraki gulf. The main surf beaches atart at Omaha and Takatu point. Omaha dosn't pick up as much swell as beaches further north such as pakiri but takatu picks up all swells coming from the north to N.E directions. Pakiri is the first real open beach facing the north east. beaches from here up to waipu pick up all swells from the N.E to S.E. Can pick up bigger north swells as well. some classic breaks like Te arai point, mangawhai bar, dings, the cove, the groin, omaha bar, and the mythical Milford reef, o'neils and taka north reef dot this coast line. There are still alot of secret spots on this coast that most surfers just drive past without knowing of.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This coast varys between beach, reef, point and river bar breaks. most consistent swell is from the north east. the inner city beaches only get waves if there is a big troppy ground swell coming down the coast or a N.E to East storm swell created by winds closer to the coast. The beaches picking up swell get more consistent the further north you go as they are out of the shadow of the corramandel, great barrier island and the other islands of the outer hauraki gulf. The main surf beaches atart at Omaha and Takatu point. Omaha dosn't pick up as much swell as beaches further north such as pakiri but takatu picks up all swells coming from the north to N.E directions. Pakiri is the first real open beach facing the north east. beaches from here up to waipu pick up all swells from the N.E to S.E. Can pick up bigger north swells as well. some classic breaks like Te arai point, mangawhai bar, dings, the cove, the groin, omaha bar, and the mythical Milford reef, o'neils and taka north reef dot this coast line. There are still alot of secret spots on this coast that most surfers just drive past without knowing of.

Variaciones por estaciones de oleaje y de viento:

The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

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Estaciones
Jan/Feb Mar/Apr May/Jun Jul/Aug Sep/Oct Nov/Dec
Best Surfing Season
Typical Swell Size
Surf Equipment Shorty Combi inter-saison Combi intégrale Combi intégrale Combi intégrale Combi inter-saison
Water temp.            
Air temp. 25°C
77°F
20°C
68°F
15°C
59°F
12°C
54°F
15°C
59°F
20°C
68°F
Climate            

Variaciones por estaciones de oleaje y de viento

The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): The dominant swell in the winter is mainly from north east wind swells coming off the highs that pass over. Some ground swells do reach this coast in the winter from lows that usually pass east of east cape and bring East/South east ground swells if they make it past coramandel. There are afew N.E groundies in the winter as well. During the summer is when the best swells hit. These come off tropical storms to the north/N.E of New Zealand that come down from the tropics. These swells are usually from the N.E or East direction and can range from a good 3-4 feet up to 8-12 feet.

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Bagents - / -
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Boulders - / -
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Browns Bay Bar - / -
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Caves - / -
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Coastlands Beach 1 / -
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Daniels Reef 13 / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Profesionales o Kamikazes...
Forestry 3 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Surfistas con experiencia
Goat Island Reef 3 / -
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Great Barrier Is. - Okiwi 5 / -
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Hubbards reef 4 / -
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Langs beach 9 / -
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Long Bay 1 / -
Derecha Rompiente orillera Ola de principiante
Mairangi bay - / -
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Mangawhai Heads 9 / -
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matauri bay 1 / -
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Milford 6 / -
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O'niells reef 1 / -
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Ocean Beach 2 / -
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Omaha 12 / -
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Orere Point 2 / -
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Orewa Beach 3 / -
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Pakiri beach - / -
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Pataua 1 / -
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Red Beach 4 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Rippable Rights - / -
Derecha Banco de arena Surfistas con experiencia
Spirits bay 2 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Stanmore Bay Point - / -
Derecha Rompiente en la punta Todos los surfistas
T Reef - / -
Derecha Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia
Takapuna 6 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Takatu 4 / -
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Takou bay - / -
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Tamaki reef 6 / -
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Taronui Bay(bommie) - / -
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Taupo Bay 4 / -
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Tawharanui 3 / -
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Te Arai Point 13 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Surfistas con experiencia
Waiheke Is 6 / -
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Waipu Cove 3 / -
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Whananaki rivermouth 1 / -
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Whananki South - / -
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Tawharanui
De drkretz
16 mai 2012
perfect first daz - Great first daz for not expecting waves on the west cost. Noone out there. Good fun even surf was low and the board to short.
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Por "frustrated aussie" , 22-05-2003

Waves on Waiheke?????? - I arrived on Waiheke 6 day's ago and the last 3 days the wind has been howling from the north. Today it is off-shore and nice 3ft punchy beachies and I don't have a board here. Yes, I am spewing. Lesson learnt. Don't go anywhere with out a board.

Por Old Fart. , 21-01-2003

City Beaches - Long Bay,Long Bay Reef, The point, Flat Rock, Waiake Bombora, Rothesay Bay, Mairangi Bay, Campbells Bay, Milford Beach, Milford Reef, O'Neills, North Reef, Takapuna Beach, South Reef, and a few other small oddities are all inner harbour beaches protected by the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, the Islands of the Hauraki Gulf, and the Coromandel Peninsula. When these spots work they can work very well on occasion ranging from six times a year to once every ten years depending on the weather pattern, the season snd the individual spot. So, it isn't Indo. The main attraction is either novelty value or sheer convenience if you're a local.If these spots are surfable then further North is going off, starting from Tawharanui and Omaha and heading further North. Don't hang around the North Shore waiting for a wave, you'll be disappointed. Taking a global perspective as a long time local, I'm surprised the Auckland inner harbour beaches are even listed on this site! (They are fun when they work tho')

Por Rosie , 03-12-2002

Tawharanui - It's spelt Tawharanui NOT Tawparanui

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