Orewa Beach, Auckland

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Orewa Beach, Auckland - Address

Address: Orewa, New Zealand

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Orewa is famous for its beautiful beach, a 3 kilometre patch of golden sand and clear blue waters. A lot of water sports also take place at the beach.

Orewa Beach Information

  • Don't forget to apply sun screen.

How To reach Orewa Beach by Public Transport

  • 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway bus stop
  • 3 Centreway Road bus stop

Restaurants Near Orewa Beach

  • Left Band Coffee Shop
  • Orewa Surf Club Bar
  • Pinehouse Cafe

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  • Not fancy, just a older beach bungalow, but everything you need, queen bed, kitchen, TV & great view, we had the best time. Within walking distance of the hotel and right on the beach. The people were great! If there was one thing I could say was a drawback it's the limited WiFi, but the beach was so pretty you didn't even miss it.

  • . (03/2017) Nice long beach. Being at a distance of just one short drive from Auckland CBD, it is ideal for spending a lazy afternoon or evening. Fantastic views. On a good day you can easily spot the surfers in the sea. Well maintained. There is a reserve and a market located near the beach.

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  • Great place for a bite to eat and a short walk

  • Nice beach. A bit windy though.

  • 2.5 km long a safe swimming beach with a gentle change in depth. Mostly well sheltered from large swells. Southern end has the estuary and walkway, there's cafes, playgrounds and a popular campsite. Halfway along the beach brings you close to the town centre with a good choice of restaurants,cafes, pubs, surf and SUP stores, shopping etc.. Northern end is usually quieter, it has toilets shower parking and a small freedom camping area. Beach is very popular with Stand up paddleboarders and surfers and can get very busy when conditions are good. Kite boarders come out when winds are off shore. Main places to launch your boat are from the estuary at southern end (Tidal with small barr), also a small launch near town thats very popular with jet skiiers. One of my favourite beaches.

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