Eastern Beach, New Zealand
|Eastern Beach, New Zealand|
Eastern Beach, September 2018
|Local authority||Auckland City|
|Southwest||Half Moon Bay|
Eastern Beach is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. Located on the eastern city of the city centre, the suburb is in the Howick ward, one of the thirteen administrative divisions of Auckland City.
Its most common attraction is a popular palm fringed beach, also called Eastern Beach, with summer temperatures attracting thousands of people from neighbouring suburbs to the beach to enjoy the shallow waters, and shops and parks within close vicinity. At the southern end of the beach is a boat ramp giving high-medium tide access to the dedicated water skiing zone adjacent to the beach.This was a popular area for gathering Pipi and Cockles but overuse has seen a rahui or ban placed on the beach. It is part of the Bucklands Beach peninsula.
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