Awaroa beach is situated in the Awaroa bay in New Zealand. Awaroa is also known as the “People’s Beach”, after about 39000 natives bought this privately-held stretch of land in 2016 and made it one of the beautiest public beaches in New Zealand. Awaroa is located on the edge of the Abel Tasman national park and is accessible only by boats, helicopters or by walking the Abel Tasman Coastal Track. Awaroa is really a beautiful and untouched beach, recently adopted into Abel Tasman national park. On the northern end of the beach there is a tidal estuary.
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