Two Mile Bay Sailing Club

All year round

Two Mile Bay Lake Taupō is a must see destination for any visitor to the Taupō area. Pizza, Peroni, coffee, bagels, toasties, water sports

Grab a glass of wine, beer or coffee and have one of their famous wood fired Dooza pizzas while taking in a beautiful view of the great lake. Paddle boards, kayaks, yachts, and windsurfers are for hire for those who want to venture a bit further. Two Mile Bay Sailing Club offer instructions on all the water sport equipment, including their purpose-built mini keeler yachts which are perfect to line up for races around their set course – with no experience needed! Regular live music and events. Connect on Facebook and Instagram to see all the action and beautiful photos.



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Two Mile Bay Sailing Club


31 Lake Terrace
Two Mile Bay




Very good wheelchair access. Dog friendly.

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