Pukehina Beach, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Bay of Plenty

Paradise created by nature and cared for by the community
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Pukehina Beach - welcome to paradise

Pukehina Beach is a small, friendly, 41 hectare, north east facing beach area on the East Coast of the Bay of Plenty, surrounded by rural communities.

Pukehina BeachIt is bordered by the crystal clear rolling surf beach, glittering sands, with an estuary harbour and boat ramp allowing boat access over the bar to the open sea.

It is one of New Zealand's few unspoilt beaches, with an unbeatable, relaxed lifestyle.

People choose to live and holiday here because of its convenient location and beautiful environment.

There are several parks and reserves, some with playground equipment and toilet facilities.

Meaning behind "Pukehina": Puke = hill. hina = small tree Melicytus ramiiflorus - mahoe or (whitewood).


Pukehina Beach is 25 km east of Te Puke, 47km east of Mt Maunganui, and 50 km from Tauranga, 64 km north of Rotorua and 62 km west of Whakatane.

From State Highway 2, turn into Pukehina Beach Road and after 4 km, take left turn into Pukehina Parade.

For more details refer http://maps.google.co.nz/maps

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