Kaitoke Beach is a long sandy bay stretching from the Sugar Loaf headlands at the southern end to the Kaitoke Stream and Swamp in the north.
Another popular surf spot with consistent surf all year round. Left and right hand waves, rarely crowded. Beware of rips & sharks.
The Aotea Board Riders Club regularly have comps here depending on the conditions.
As with most of the east coast beaches on Great Barrier Island it is an important nesting ground for the endangered Brown Teal and Dotterel.