Definition of surf beach in English:

surf beach


Australian, New Zealand
  • A beach that is popular with surfers.

    ‘they'd show up next to the surf beach and hang up a hammock’
    • ‘He had been living with friends in a big white house on a surf beach.’
    • ‘On a clear day there are panoramic views many kilometres down the southern surf beach - all the way to Surfers Paradise.’
    • ‘This camping ground offers safe swimming in the estuary as well as a brilliant surf beach.’
    • ‘It's hot and there are surf beaches within reach.’
    • ‘Great white attacks are incredibly rare and a repeat of yesterday at the West Auckland surf beach is unlikely any time soon.’
    • ‘Houses on Marine Parade, a 4km stretch along one of New Zealand's most beautiful surf beaches, sell for an average price of $2.1m.’
    • ‘Any surf beach consists of alternating sandbanks and gutters or rips.’
    • ‘The city cheerfully discharges untreated sewerage onto some of the best surf beaches in the South Island.’
    • ‘In Auckland, where the long weekend usually draws big crowds to popular surf beaches like Piha and Muriwai, there are likely to be showers across all three days.’
    • ‘Living next to a stunning surf beach favoured by board-riding pros was wasted on the London-based Kiwi rockers.’
    • ‘He disappeared on Tuesday while swimming at the popular surf beach, 40km west of Auckland.’
    • ‘I was exhilarated and looked forward to practising back at home, where I live close to three surf beaches.’
    • ‘I really prefer a custom made burger from a caravan parked near an isolated surf beach somewhere.’
    • ‘It was a surf beach so it meant it was quite busy.’
    • ‘They provided us with three meals a day, regular outings to the better surf beaches on the east coast, and accessible hikes plus a daily time-out club for children.’