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New Zealand

North Island New Zealand - With about a zillion miles of coast-line and a relatively mild (wet) climate, North Island is a real surfers paradise. The surfing near the main urban areas can get a bit crowded, similarly the more famous spots such as Raglan and Piha can have crowds. Our advice is get out and explore..... there are many many secret spots (which we don't want on this site), and huge areas where you'll find beaches with nobody else in the water. Unlike Australia, you are unlikely to be bothered in the water by big beasties.

The North Island can be thought of as two different surf areas, as the West Coast and East Coast have very different characteristics - the West is reputed to be rough and wild, the East calmer and more picturesque. However, don't be lulled by this simplicity - each region has its own characteristics, with pristine waves on the West Coast and powerful waves on the East (check out Gisbourne)

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): North Island New Zealand - With about a zillion miles of coast-line and a relatively mild (wet) climate, North Island is a real surfers paradise. The surfing near the main urban areas can get a bit crowded, similarly the more famous spots such as Raglan and Piha can have crowds. Our advice is get out and explore..... there are many many secret spots (which we don't want on this site), and huge areas where you'll find beaches with nobody else in the water. Unlike Australia, you are unlikely to be bothered in the water by big beasties.<br /><br />The North Island can be thought of as two different surf areas, as the West Coast and East Coast have very different characteristics - the West is reputed to be rough and wild, the East calmer and more picturesque. However, don't be lulled by this simplicity - each region has its own characteristics, with pristine waves on the West Coast and powerful waves on the East (check out Gisbourne)

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): North Island New Zealand - With about a zillion miles of coast-line and a relatively mild (wet) climate, North Island is a real surfers paradise. The surfing near the main urban areas can get a bit crowded, similarly the more famous spots such as Raglan and Piha can have crowds. Our advice is get out and explore..... there are many many secret spots (which we don't want on this site), and huge areas where you'll find beaches with nobody else in the water. Unlike Australia, you are unlikely to be bothered in the water by big beasties.&lt;br &#47;&gt;&lt;br &#47;&gt;The North Island can be thought of as two different surf areas, as the West Coast and East Coast have very different characteristics - the West is reputed to be rough and wild, the East calmer and more picturesque. However, don't be lulled by this simplicity - each region has its own characteristics, with pristine waves on the West Coast and powerful waves on the East (check out Gisbourne)

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): North Island New Zealand - With about a zillion miles of coast-line and a relatively mild (wet) climate, North Island is a real surfers paradise. The surfing near the main urban areas can get a bit crowded, similarly the more famous spots such as Raglan and Piha can have crowds. Our advice is get out and explore..... there are many many secret spots (which we don't want on this site), and huge areas where you'll find beaches with nobody else in the water. Unlike Australia, you are unlikely to be bothered in the water by big beasties.&amp;lt;br &amp;#47;&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br &amp;#47;&amp;gt;The North Island can be thought of as two different surf areas, as the West Coast and East Coast have very different characteristics - the West is reputed to be rough and wild, the East calmer and more picturesque. However, don't be lulled by this simplicity - each region has its own characteristics, with pristine waves on the West Coast and powerful waves on the East (check out Gisbourne)

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NW Coast 12 0
North Coast 3 0
NE Coast 40 0
Coromandel 57 0
East Cape 21 0
Napier 34 0
South East 12 0
SW Coast 29 0
West Coast Taranaki 28 0
West Coast Aukland 32 0

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Waipatiki
By joshgautron
Oct 30, 2019
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Piha
By mrzoggy
Dec 16, 2015
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Tawharanui
By drkretz
May 16, 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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Whangamata Beach
By TheFroffer2
Feb 24, 2008
Froffing! - You dont get many chances at what i got at whanga bar a glassy 3ft offshore barrels with only 2 people out. early morining dawney cudnt see anythng when i first got out but once it cleared i cud definitly see sum good size barrels realing thro
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Waiwakaiho River Mouth Reef, Waisys
By DrC123
Nov 16, 2007
Death wish - Check out this New Zealand outer reef:   http://www.surf.co.nz/surftv/index.asp?newsletterId=5712
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Trip: New Zealand
By drkretz
From May 16, 2012 to Jun 7, 2012

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Trip: Northland, Nòva Zelàndia
By raidako
From Mar 26, 2007 to Mar 30, 2007
3a e darrèra part del viatge al finimond. Un segond surfari plan capitat. Surf cada jorn 2 còps la jornada. Un grop amistós, bona organizacion. Ostal en riba de mar.
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Trip: Raglan 1991
By ozsurfer101
From Feb 10, 1991 to Feb 11, 1991
Indicators, Manu, Whale. 1 day 4-8 feet offshore. Superb.
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De satisfied punter , 18-07-2007

tip for that fulla - long and thin - slides right inshort and thick - does the trick

De Anonymous , 23-12-2006

My New Baby - Id been trying to surf on a gun for a while - but the board wasnt suited to learn on..Long but - Not Wide - Not Thick and Bouyant..Got my new 8ft 6in board two days ago and got out to Piha today..I stood twice - not long but longer than when i used the gun (STOKED)

De Anonymous , 03-12-2006

RoOokie - im a rookie from norway who is planing a trip to nz. im about 165 cm and 45 kilos, can somebody give some advice on some board i shoud get? how long... ect..??thanks :P

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