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Wellington is one of the places Free Beaches NZ has a committee to organise things locally. In general, during the summer, local members go to Breaker Bay on the first Sunday of the month and to Peka Peka Beach north end on the second Sunday of the month. There aren't many places available near Wellington city but the popular main beach is worthy of several pictures!
In general, the Wellington police and council have been more relaxed about nakedness than North Shore City Auckland , in particular. In years past 'toplessness' has been noted on the roadside grass area across the busy road from Oriental Bay, less than 1 km from the CBD. Nudity has also been noted in the 'bush' off Alexandra Rd which runs the length of Mt Victoria, in the middle of the city which the council asked their workers to ignore, in the 80s.
Other spots around Wellington include Princess Bay, occasionally; and further afield is Clouston Park east end , in the Akatarawas. Being at the bottom end of the Miramar peninsula, you can get there by bus. Its big advantage is the shelter it offers from the prevailing north westerly!
There is a car park at the access point to the beach, at the south end of the 'Pass of Branda' in the suburb of Seatoun. The area of the beach commonly used is from the 'hole in the rock' about m from the car park out to the point, shown here. Apart from Princess Bay, to the south of the city, nakedness has also been known to occur on the beach between Eastbourne and Pencarrow Head right behind the ferry. The beach itself is mainly tiny pebbles rather than sand, but, from this fairly typical scene, it is obviously still quite a comfortable place to be for a lot of people.
Peka Peka is really the first beach north of Wellington on the Kapiti Coast where skinny-dipping is not only 'known to occur' thus: legally safe; there is also a sign to acknowledge it. Although there have been occasional reports of skinny-dippers seen at Queen Elizabeth Park, near Paekakariki, about 20 km south.