Titahi Bay

Quality Rating: 
5
Wave Type: 
Beach break
Wave Size Min: 
1.0ft
Wave Shape: 
Wally
Fast
Optimal Swell Direction: 
NW
Optimal Wind Direction: 
SE
Tide: 
All
Beach Type: 
Sand
Skill Level: 
Beginner
Crowd Level: 
8
Danger: 
Rocks out on the points

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Description: 

Titahi Bay is a popular beach on the Kapiti Coast near Porirua. It is a beach break on a sandy beach, that offers good shaped waves for both mals and shortboards. When its bigger you can also go out at the point at the north end of the beach, known as Fishmans and slipperies, where there are hollow or wally right handers. Or the southern point known as Pete's Rock, offers a hollow, gnarly left hander. Watch out for rocks on the points. The main beach is good for beginners. titahi Bay is a popular beach, so know the rules and respect the locals. Watch out for swimmers.

Directions: 
From Wellington head north out of the city on State Highway 1. Turn left where the signs point to Porirua, still on State Highway 1. At Porirua turn left onto Titahi Bay Road and Continue to Titahi Bay. At Titahi Bay the road will bend left and change to Main Road. Either continue along and turn left onto Bay Drive at the north end of the beach, or you can turn left onto Tireti Road, then right onto Toms Road to the surf club in the middle of the beach. It is possible to drive out onto the beach if your keen.
Nearest Town: 
Porirua
Nearest City: 
Wellington
Travel Time from City: 
30mins
Road in: 
Seal
Walk in: 
No
Parking at beach: 
Yes
Facilities: 
Toilets
Shower
Changing room
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