“New Zealand's longest driveable beach”
According to local Iwi, the full name of the beach is Ripiro Waka te Haua, in reference to an unfinished canoe (waka). This waka travelled the length of the beach in it's unfinished state. This 107Km long beach is backed by high, golden sand dunes and is the site of many shipwrecks, including a French man of war and ancient Portuguese ships. Ripiro Beach is New Zealands longest driveable beach and is longer than the more famous 90 Mile Beach at North Cape. It is just as spectacular with many great activities and tours on offer.
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