Dunedin

Brighton

Brighton is a right hand point break around the rocks onto a sand beach, located south of Dunedin. The wave peels along with a nice wall. Good for all levels of surfer.

Blackhead

Blackhead is one of Dunedin's local beaches on the southern side of the city. Blackhead is a beach break on a golden sand beach. There are several peaks down the beach with both right and left handers. The wave is powerful, with steep, fast drop ins and good barrels. Suitable for all levels of surfer.

Lawyers Head

Lawyers head is one of Dunedins local breaks, just minutes from Dunedin center. Lawyers head is a beach break on a golden sand beach. There are several variable peaks down the beach to choose from with both right and left handers. Good, wally fun waves and the barrel if its off shore. Good for beginners through to experts. Water can get polluted with the sewage outfall pipe very close, depending on conditions, surf at your own risk.

Tomahawk Beach

Tomahawk Beach is a beach break on a golden sand beach. There are several peaks down the beach with both right and left handers to choose from. Good fun, punchy waves. Best at the eastern end. Western end can be polluted due to sewage outfall pipe, surf at your own risk. Good for all levels of surfer. Careful for rips.

Smails Beach

Smails Beach is a beach break on a golden sand beach. There are several peaks down the beach with both right and left handers, and sometimes a nice left off the rocks at the eastern end of the beach. Good fun, punchy waves. Good for all levels of surfer. Careful for rips.

Aramoana

From Dunedin head north on Cumberland Street State Highway 1, then follow signs to Port Chalmers turning right onto St Andrew Street, then left onto Anzac Ave State Highway 88. Continue on State Highway 88 to Port Chalmers. At Port Chalmers turn left onto Wickliffe Terrace then Borlases Road, then turn right onto Blueskin Road. Continue onto Purakanui Road and continue right onto Heyward Point Road where the road changes to gravel, be careful from here on in. Turn left onto Murdering Beach Road and down to the beach.

Murdering Bay

Murdering Bay is a right hand point break along the rocky bay onto a sandy beach. The bay features a long, wally, right hand, barrelling wave that seems to keep on going. Good fast take off with several sections to play with. Murdering Bay isn't very consistant as the conditions have to be just right for the swell to get in, but when its on its magic. On small days there can be a nice mal wave. Good for intermediate to expert surfers. When its on and can draw the crowds in, so know the rules and respect the locals.

Karitane Beach

Karitane Beach is a beach break on a sandy beach. There are several peaks down the beach offering both left and right handers. Good fun, punchy waves. Good for Beginners to Experts.

Karitane

Karitane point is on the north side of the Huriawa Peninsula and features a right hand point break off the rocks out in front of the Waikouaiti River mouth. The wave is a long, hollow, barrelling right hander with a gnarly drop in. The other section breaks close to the rocks and seaweed, but produces some epic waves. Either climb down the rocks or paddle out the river mouth to enter the line up. Best for Advanced to expert surfers. River mouths often have strong currents or rips, so watch out.

St Kilda

St Kilda is one of Dunedins local breaks, just minutes from Dunedin center. St Kilda is a beach break on a golden sand beach. Its a long stretch of beach, so you can find you own spot and aviod any crowds. Good for beginners through to experts. St Kilda can get popular in summer, so know the rules and watch out for swimmers. There is a St Kilda Surf Club on the beach.

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