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1.KarekareKarekare is a small coastal settlement in northern New Zealand, sandwiched between the Waitakere Ranges and a large black sand surf beach.2.Kaiteriteri Kaiteriteri Beach is making waves around the world again.Kaiteriteri is a town and seaside resort in the Tasman Region of the South Island of New Zealand. 3.Whale Bay Walking accessonly from either the car park on Matapouri Road (30 mins round trip), through groves of ancient Puriri trees or via Matapouri Bay (40 mins one way).4.Mission BayMission Bay is a man-made aquatic park spread over six acres with 19 miles of beaches.5.Hot WaterHot Water Beach is a popular beach and geothermal attraction located on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, approximately 12 kilometres southeast of Whitianga.6.Piha Located about 40 kilometres from Auckland on the west coast of the Waitakere Ranges, Piha Beach is a stunning black sand beach set in a dramatic landscape of imposing cliffs and subtropical rainforest.The birthplace of Malibu board riding in New Zealand, Piha is the country’s most famous surfing beach as well as one of best New Zealand beaches.7.New ChumsNew Chums Beach is a beach in the Wainuiototo Bay on the northeast coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand, near Whangapoua.The northeast-facing beach is accessible only by boat or via a 30-minute walk on a partly unformed track along the coast from the estuary at the northern end of Whangapoua Beach. 8.Ocean Beach (Mount Maunganui)Mount Maunganui is something of an oddity in that it has both an ocean beach and a harbor beach, Pilot Bay.9.WainuiWainui Beach is a small settlement on the coast of New Zealands North Island, located just to the north of Tuaheni Point, some 8 km to the east of Gisborne, to which it is linked by State Highway 35.10.Ninety MileNinety-Mile Beach is the fabled strip of sand that stretches from Ahipara to Scott Point, five kilometres south of Cape Maria van Diemen.