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BLUCK'S PIT

This beach is great for fishing for snapper, it’s not uncommon for 10kg plus snapper to be caught as well as all sizes right down to school snapper. This is a very quiet beach.

Make sure to wear footwear if you are going on a hot summer day, as the black sand heats up and can be scorching hot.

This beach is not safe for swimming.

DIRECTIONS

From Wairoa, head towards Gisborne on SH2 for approximately 29kms. Then turn right onto Bluck’s Pit Road. Follow the straight road and then turn right onto a narrow unsealed road to get to the small carpark. A short walk over the sand dunes will lead you to the beach.

Bluck's Pit Road, Nuhaka

Where to find us

Physical Address: Cnr SH2 & Queen Street, Wairoa 4108
Postal Address: PO Box 54, Wairoa 4160, Hawke’s Bay
Opening Hours:
Weekdays 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Weekends and public holidays 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
CLOSED Christmas Day

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Contact us

0800 WAIROA (924762)
+64 6 838 7440
+64 6 838 3901
wairoainfo@wairoadc.govt.nz

Cnr SH2 & Queen Street, Wairoa 4108
PO Box 54, Wairoa 4160, Hawke’s Bay
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