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Papamoa Beach. What an aptly named naturalist beach. Peka Peka Beach. There are a few places here where clothing is only optional. Little Palm Beach is on the northern side of the island and is probably the most well-known nudist beach. Little Palm is separated from the main Palm Beach by a little rocky outcrop, which acts like a nice natural screen. Little Palm Beach. Wellington is famous for a lot of reasons: its amazing cafe and coffee culture, excellent independent restaurants, movie-making and a brilliant museum.
Be aware though, if you go gallivanting there, the naturalist section is only part of the greater beach, so keep your wits about you and get that gear back on if you want to take a stroll. Breaker Bay. This nudie beach is another that has been around for a while now and one of quite a few dotted around the Auckland area.
There is one thing that might make some pause for thought whilst unbuttoning the shirt, though: there is a government-built viewing platform that stands directly over the beach to take advantage of the, uh, spectacular view.
Ladies Bay. Pohutukawa Bay is, as its name suggests, a beach liberally planted with iconic Pohutukawa trees known by Kiwis as the New Zealand Christmas tree. This is great news if you want to keep your more burnable bits out of the potent NZ sun, and also acts as a lovely back drop. It takes some getting used to, though. You either have to wait for low tide and head around the rocky promontory, or else walk for 20 minutes over the hill. Pohutukawa Bay. Another excellent beach with another phenomenal name that lends itself to all sorts of hilarious puns.
Uretiti Beach stop it is a lovely five-kilometre stretch of sand, about two hours north of Auckland. There is a convenient Department of Conservation campsite here — although, wandering about starkers in camp is a big no-no. This is a very popular stretch of beach and not exclusively for those with a healthy disdain for underpants. If you want to strip off the old budgie-smugglers then head down to the right side of the beach.