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While im not in Wellington. This idea has merits. If The Wellington / lower north island members put in a decent presence then theoretically they can push the fact that Breaker Bay is a popular Nudist beach and that while we are nudists it doesn’t mean that we don’t want to see improvements to the areas we. If the public in general see that we aren’t what they think we are. But in fact normal everyday people who enjoy nude recreation. Then we increase the general acceptance of nude recreation in the area.
Anyway like I said im not in wellington so up to you guys
For my two cents of opinion...
My understanding is you can go nude on any beach as long as you don’t offend or make anyone complain, so when i am at Waihi beach, which i believe is not “official”? I always pull my towel over me when people get close and walk down to the water when no one within a couple of hundred meters...I find this is not that relaxing always looking out for people. Where at Papamoa which i perceive as legal or official, I don’t cover up and walk to the water , body surf etc and don’t care. I sort of figure that you would be pretty stupid to complain about nudity walking through the nudist beach area.
When I sail on the yacht, i sort of duck down behind the lee cloths when in harbours or close to shore, but once out of the harbour, it is sort of the “If you don’t like nudity...don’t look”
I may have this all wrong? But haven’t been complained at yet...touch wood