Muriwai Beach

North Auckland, West Coast

Muriwai is one of the most nothern Auckland West Coast Beach. The southern end of the beach features a left-hand point break and the massive long beach with good beach brakes, lefts and rights. It's known for its strong rips and when it's big some experience is required. I got a couple times in trouble myself here, from just being not cautious enough and unfit. If conditions are good beach can be packed and it helps a lot if you go to the northern car park past the gold course and walk up the beach ot use your 4 wheel drive to drive north for some privacy.

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Attendance Week
Ok
Attendance Weekend
Crowded
Best Tide Position
Mid and High Tide
Best Tide Movement
Rising Tide
Dangers
Rips undertow
Frequency
Regular
Good Swell Direction
South West
Good Wind Direction
East
Holds up to
2.5m (8ft)
Max Length of Wave
Long (150m - 300m)
Normal Length of Wave
Normal (50m - 150m)
Starts Working
Less than 1m (3ft)
Surf Level
Experience Required
Type of Bottom
Sandy
Type of Wave
Beachbreak
Wave Direction
Left- and Righthander
Wave Power
Powerful

Location

Motutara Rd
0881 Muriwai
New Zealand

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