Bethells Beach (also known by its Maori name Te Henga) is a stunning coastal resort community in the west of Auckland but outside of the urban sprawl. Bethells Beach is famous for its picturesque black sand beaches and boasts scores of black sand dunes and its popular attractions include surfing, bush walks, parasailing, fishing and sunbathing.
Come and relax at Bethells Beach and sunbathe on its black beaches, trek its stunning boardwalks and discover its three dune-bound lakes - Lake Wainamu, Lake Kawaupaka and Lake Waiataru.
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Mobile-friendly - The most fun adventure day-trip in Auckland, and the very best way to experience Piha Beach, Muriwai, Whatipu, Bethells Beach and Kitekite Falls. Experience swimming in crystal clear waters, rock-scrambling, hiking, sand-dune sliding and cave exploring - All that's required is a sense of fun and adventure!
Special tours & day trips to experience both coasts of Auckland (and what lies between!). As local operators we are able to share what it's really like to live in Auckland, "our" city, which is affectionately known as; "The City of Sails".
Flaxmere House is located in Auckland near Bethells Beach, with a tranquil setting and views of Bethells Valley. This Executive 5-star Venue/Holiday House was designed all on one level of 440m2 floor area on a private 10acres. If you're looking for a venue or a holiday to hold a special function this is the place to enjoy the good life.
Mobile-friendly - New Zealand is blessed with a smorgasbord of walking tracks providing opportunities for access to the great outdoors. These tracks fall into many categories, and traverse public and private land. Walkways gazetted under the Walking Access Act 2008 and established by the NZ Walking Access Commission can be viewed on our website and on the Walking Access Mapping System (www.wams.org.nz).
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