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There are heaps of reefs around this part of the coast, just drive along the road that hugs the beach and take your pick. There are more reefs after the road goes inland, however it's private property beyond this point and access is hard, secret spots aboud without a doubt!
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Alternative name Eastern Reefs
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Heaps of options in this general area, just drive to Mahia past the south side breaks and then take the road out east to the reefs, about 5-10mins.
Check the link below to get an idea of what swell is running in the area (Gisborne).
Some of these waves are shallow and very hollow, making it hard to ride a surfboard. There are however plenty of different types of reefs to suit most riders needs.
There are only a few spots here that actually have names, inbetween those and around them are heaps of other reefs that are just as good if not better than the more well known breaks.
By the badger , 16-03-2005
dump-dee-do - woo weewell, what a nice friendly vibe we have going on here! and what would you know, another one of my still's - how did that get here? oh and one more thing, it is ridable but only on lid MOWHAHArespect
By I CAN STAND , 03-03-2005
Jim you Mumas Boy - Hey Jim Perler.... we didn't log on to this site to read your life story.... and boogie woogie ing is nothing to boast and exzagerate about.
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