Awaroa Beach, commonly referred to as the "People's Beach," is nestled in Awaroa Bay, New Zealand. In 2016, approximately 39,000 native individuals collectively purchased this formerly privately-owned land, transforming it into one of the country's most breathtaking public beaches. Bordering the Abel Tasman National Park, access to Awaroa Beach is limited to boats, helicopters, or trekking along the Abel Tasman Coastal Track. Its pristine and unspoiled conditions merit its recent inclusion into the Abel Tasman National Park. The northern edge of the beach features a tidal estuary.