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Waitarere Beach, one of the best-kept secrets of the North Islands west coast is regarded as the place to go when you want to get away from it all. Within easy commuting distance from New Zealand's Capital city Wellington, and from nearby Palmerston North, Waitarere beach is an ideal spot for either a weekend getaway or as a permanent residence.

The Waitarere Beach community includes a well-stocked 4 Square Store, takeaways, café and restaurant. Levin, the nearest town is 10 minutes easy drive should you need something more.

The Waitarere beach is wide and sandy allowing plenty of room for all your favourite beach activities including land yachts, 4 wheel motor bikes, surfing and fishing. The beach slowly drops off into deep water so there's plenty of safe paddling space for the youngsters and during the summer months, the surf club set up patrol.

Waitarere Beach is also a popular fishing spot where Kohawai, Snapper, Groper, Gurnard, Flounder and Soul are the most common catches. The large, flat beach is ideal to back your boat with a tractor or a four-wheel drive. During the Whitebait season you can find a spot to sit your net at the Manawatu or the Ohau river mouths.

A well-established forest surrounds Waitarere Beach and is host to several popular annual events such as the 'Great Forest Marathon'. Orienteering, and Mountain biking also make use of the forest floor and bring in a lot of interest from outside the Horowhenua. The forest is a popular spot to walk your dog and with the many tracks cutting through to the beach, you can enjoy the forest one way and the beach on the way back!

Come and discover for yourself the peace and tranquillity of this waterfront paradise that is Waitarere Beach.



 

   



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