North Shore, Oahu

Banzai Pipeline - Sunset Beach - Waimea Bay

The North Shore of Oahu is perhaps the most famous stretch of coastline in the world for surfers and extreme water sports enthusiasts. Top professionals and those just wanting to experience the thrill of riding giant waves come each year in the winter months to challenge the amazing surf. Spots like Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay and the Banzai Pipeline have been attracting surfers for over 40 years and today visitors can see up close and in person some of the world’s best surfers pushing the limits of the sport. Visitors to the North Shore can also stop by the Polynesian Cultural Center and see how islanders from throughout the Pacific live day to day. The Turtle Bay Resort is one of Hawaii’s premier resort locations and is home to two 18-hole golf courses, horse-back riding, tennis facilities and a host of other activities for the entire family. Those looking to get away from the bright lights of Waikiki can visit the North Shore and experience relaxing days and quite nights in the “country.”

North Shore Live Surf Cams:

Sunset Beach

Live streaming camera overlooking Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu. Camera provided by Surfline.

Rocky Point

The website North Shore Classifieds presents the Rocky Point camera. This camera allows you to see from Rocky Rights to Rocky Lefts with great views of the surf and the beach.

Banzai Pipeline

This camera shows both Pipeline and Ehukai Beach park. One of the most filmed and photographed location in surfing, this camera will allow viewers to watch Pipeline's spetacular surf!


Together with the Pipeline camera, this view shows a straight on look at both Backdoor and Pipeline. Viewers can get a great look at one of the worlds most famous surf breaks in the world.

Gas Chambers

Camera overlooking Gas Chambers on the North Shore of Oahu. Presented by Surfline, non-members will be treated to a 30 second clear view of this powerful surf spot.

Off the Wall

Camera showing the view of both Off-the-Wall and Backdoor Pipeline. This camera is provided by Surfline and viewers will get a 30 second clear view of this surf spot.


This camera is presented by Surfline and looks into the break at Laniakea, also known as Turtle Beach. Camera allows viewers a live streaming look at this world class break.

Chuns Reef

Camera overlooking Chun’s Reef on the North Shore of Oahu. Presented by Surfline, non-members will be treated to a 30 second clear view of this excellent surf spot.


Surfline presents this 30 second camera view of Jocko’s on the North Shore of Oahu. Jockos is one of the best left hand breaks along the world famous 7-mile miracle.


Live camera presented by Surf News Network. Watch live as surfers showcase their talent in this world famous right hand break from Haleiwa's Ali’I Beach Par to the outer reef at Pua'ena Point.


Camera overlooking perhaps the most famous big wave surf spot in the world. North Shore Classifieds presents this live 30 second clip for non-members.

Rock Piles

This camera overlooks another amazing reef break on the North Shore. Rock piles is known as a sleeping giant and when it comes alive be sure to check this live 30 second clip provided by Surfline.

Log Cabins

Check the conditions at one of the North Shore’s most intense surf spots with this live 30 second clip presented by Surfline.


Camera showing the view of both Hulton’s and Laniakea. This camera is provided by North Shore Classifieds and viewers will get a live streaming view of these two famous surf breaks.

Turtle Bay Resort

Presented by the beautiful Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu, this camera gives viewers a bird’s eye view of the pool area, as well as the surf break just out in front of the pool.

Pua'ena Point

An outer reef located in Haleiwa on the North Shore of Oahu. This surf spot breaks during large North West swells.

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