at Auckland's West Coast
Surfing New Zealand safely implies the need to know the sea and its currents and rips in connection to wind and tides.
|Life guards on duty|
The surfing beaches in West Auckland are wild and the coastline craggy. The beach appearance and condition is in constant change due to nature's forces. Life guards patrol their popular surf beach to make residing there a safe experience. The coast is their home. They know it best and are happy to update you on local surf conditions. This applies to swimming, surfing, as well as to rock fishing in West Auckland.
Professional surfing lessons for Auckland's west can be bocked at GoDo . Local instructors teach first guidelines about surfing and how to catch your first wave.
The daily surf lifesaving patrol is positioned during the summer holidays from December to January between 10 am and 4 pm on busy days until 6 pm. From Labour weekend in October to Easter surf lifesavers patrol voluntarily on weekends.
Surf lifesaving clubs have weekend and public holiday patrols from Labour weekend in October to Easter starting at 10 am and finishing at 4 pm.