The Surf Club at Muriwai is a multipurpose community facility and home to the Muriwai Volunteer Surf Lifesavers just 35 minutes from the Auckland CBD.
Located within one of Auckland’s most popular Regional Parks, the views and atmosphere are unique.
The Surf Club is purpose designed to support a wide range of uses providing a versatile and popular venue.
If you are looking for a modern, flexible venue for your event then check out the Facilities page to see what we offer.
Saturday 18th March 2023, 12:20
Just over a week to go to get your tickets for the Muriwai Charity Lunch and Auction at Allely Estate on Sunday 26th March 2023. Tickets & commemorative bubbles can still be bought here: www.allelyestate.co.nz/events/muriwai-fundraiser/. We can’t wait to see you for a fun afternoon of music, great food, and some great donations for auction.There will be some who cannot make the lunch and auction. Kumeu Rotary have therefore set up a Givealittle page. Click on the QR Code to donate to the Muriwai Rebuild. All funds collected will go to Kumeu Rotary as custodians who will disperse funds to the Muriwai Community Association for the Muriwai Relief Fund.Please share this post far and wide. … See MoreSee Less
Saturday 4th March 2023, 18:58
The main driveway to the club – Jack Butt Lane is now open again.Access via the Village Green from Coast Road (by the Tennis Courts) will also stay open (it will likely close once the Regional Park reopens and the cordon at the top of Waitea is removed).Parking is limited at the club and the front lawn is a bit wet still, so overflow parking is at the Village Green.All roads around the club are in good condition and not flooded, drivable in all vehicles including large trucks. … See MoreSee Less
Saturday 25th February 2023, 19:38
The Surf Club at Muriwai flooded again yesterday. Thanks to the speedy response of many locals with spades and diggers they managed to divert a lot of water around the club and at the village green down another path. While the club still flooded there was a lot less silt and mud than last time. There has been a busy team cleaning the club today and it is back up and running. Thanks to everyone that helped out!The committee will work to prevent this happening again, some of the earth works that were undertaken yesterday should help prevent this but more work and a longer term plan will also be needed.Mayor Wayne Brown came out to Muriwai today and visited the surf club. We raised a number of issues and concerns the Muriwai Community has and also some issues around the surf club (like the flooding)Access:Jack Butt Lane has flooded again. It is about 60cm deep behind the tower and not going down quickly.Access is now via the Village Green. (left at fire station and left at tennis courts)The access road from the village green to surf club has suffered some damage. The road is suitable for cars/utes/4wds etc but not trucks. We ask that you park in the village green unless you are making a delivery or pickup which can’t be easily carried in a single trip in which case feel free to drive down.Services:The Community Food Hub (along with clothing and bedding) is operating again from the club. For details and hours see Muriwai Community Emergency Network GroupFor other services like insurance and MSD please see details Muriwai Community Emergency Network Group … See MoreSee Less
Saturday 25th February 2023, 9:51
If anyone has access to any gravel we could use a trailer load or 2 at the surf club. Anthony 027 948 0439 … See MoreSee Less
Tuesday 21st February 2023, 9:29
The Surf Club at Muriwai warmly extends an invitation to the Muriwai Community to watch the funeral service for David Van Zwanenberg at the Surf Club on the big screen.We would suggest either watching the procession drive past from road between the Fire station and top of Waitea and then come down or park at the Surf Club before 1.40pm walk to one of the road to watch then return.The procession leaves the fire station at 2pmThe bar will be open after the service from 4pm to 6.30pm and food is provided.You need to be eligible to pass the cordon at the top of Waitea Rd if you are not inside the cordon (e.g. live on Oaia Rd) … See MoreSee Less