Surfdale is a settlement on Waiheke Island in northern New Zealand. Surfdale Beach on Huruhi Bay has tidal mudflats and is famous for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
According to the 2018 New Zealand census, Surfdale had a population of 2,067 people and 789 households.
Surfdale Beach is on the western end of Waiheke Island, looking back towards Auckland. The beach can catch a breeze, making it a common spot for windsurfers and kite surfers.
When you're not sitting back and relaxing, Surfdale is a quick drive from some of Waiheke's world-class wineries, including Cable Bay and Mudbrick Vineyard & Restaurant.
Two of Waiheke Island's three schools are located on Donald Bruce Road in Surfdale. Waiheke High School is a secondary school, and Te Huruhi Primary School is a primary contributing school.