School Holidays Auckland

  • The Kids Summer Surf Program is a 3 lesson / 3 day progressive surf camp program. Operates from 9.30am to 11am every week right through the summer school holidays at Te Arai beach. The #1 local beach, pristine white sand, untouched, with consistent ocean conditions. Changing rooms and toilets available. Our Ultimate Kids’ Surf Camp is the perfect holiday for kids aged 8 – 16, getting them out into nature, making new friends, building confidence and most importantly, having fun. Each day they will get to enjoy two incredible surf lessons as well as a plethora of other exciting activities, including kayaking, paddle boarding, camp fires, BBQs, volleyball, yoga, a waterslide and confidence course.

    There are many ways you can collect the information about various school holidays Auckland which are just right for the new surfers. You can talk to your friends who have surfing experience and find out about the beaches that are safe for the new surfers. As they have also started surfing like you, they can help you find the best beaches. Whether you are an experienced surfer looking for the best surf travel destination or a new surfer looking for the safe low tide beaches, the internet is the best source for you. It gives all the information you need on water surfing and can help you find the best surf travel destination.

    Te Arai, Forestry and Mangawhai have been the go to beaches for surfers for decades. On Auckland’s East Coast and just over an hour’s drive from Auckland city, they’re easy to get to and are well known for their safe conditions, consistent Orewa Surf Cam, white sand and clear water. We also operate on beaches closer to Auckland, such as Orewa, Omaha and Pakiri. Let the Aotearoa Surf team show you around! Not sure whether the conditions are right for you? Check out Our Reliable Surf Forecast tool. You don’t need much swell for Te Arai, only 0.2 of a metre. Other beaches such as Orewa, Tawhranui, Omaha need at least 0.8m and Mangawhai heads needs at least 0.5m.

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