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Anawhata is a beach on the coast of New Zealand west of Auckland.
It is one of the least used beaches in the area because there is a long and unsealed road to reach it, and a steep track from there down to the beach.
It has no surf patrol, and as with all the beaches west of Auckland, swimming may not be safe due to rips.
As far back as 1966 the Auckland Tramping Club used the Anawhata stream for a day trip. Trampers were dropped off in the hills above the stream, and collected many hours later from the beach in an old bus.
- Auckland Tramping Club
- zoomin map
- Photographs of Anawhata held in Auckland Libraries' heritage collections.
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