Malibu may refer to:


  • Malibu, California, a 21-mile long beach community in Los Angeles County, California
  • Malibu Towne, Malibu Town, 200 acres of prime property located in Gurgaon (Delhi), India
    • Malibu High School, a secondary public school in Malibu, California
    • Malibu-Newton Canyon AVA, California wine region in Los Angeles County
  • Malibu, Baja California, a beach in Rosarito Beach Municipality, Baja California
  • Malibu, British Columbia, a camp near the entrance of Princess Louisa Inlet
  • Malibu Creek State Park, a state park near Malibu in Calabasas, California
  • Malibu at Harbour Front, a condominium in downtown Toronto
  • Malibu Grand Prix, a family fun center in Redwood City, California


  • Chevrolet Malibu, an automobile produced by Chevrolet
  • Piper Malibu, a single engine aircraft
  • Malibu Boats, a recreational boats manufacturer
  • Malibu Rum, a coconut-based rum from Barbados


  • Malibu (film), a 1983 television miniseries
  • "Malibu" (song), a 1998 single by Hole
  • "Malibu", a song by JagĂșar from the album JagĂșar
  • Malibu, CA (TV series), an American sitcom that aired between 1998 and 2000
  • Malibu Shores, a short-lived American primetime soap opera that aired on NBC in 1996
  • Malibu U, a short-lived 1967 American variety TV series
  • Malibu's Most Wanted, a 2003 film
  • The Princes of Malibu, an American reality show that aired on the Fox Network in 2005
  • Malibu, a 1980s American Dance/New Wave quartet

See also:

  • Malibu, a character played by Sharon Tate in the movie Don't Make Waves
  • Malibu Comics, a comic book publisher
  • Malibu languages, a group of extinct languages once spoken along the Magdalena River in Colombia
  • Malibu Stacy, a parody of Malibu Barbie on The Simpsons
  • Malibu Stakes, a horse race held annually in Arcadia, California
  • Roger Joseph Manning, Jr., an electronic music artist known as Malibu
  • Malibu, a surfboard

Other articles related to "malibu":

Malibu Islet
... Malibu Islet, also known as Malibu Isle or Forbidden Island, is located at the entrance of Princess Louisa Inlet, south of Malibu Rapids, east of Queens Reach, a stretch of Jervis Inlet in the New Westminster ... of the Shishalh people's traditional territory, referenced as Malibu Isle on all nautical charts and topographic maps ... It is for this reason, that Young Life's Malibu Club has referred to this island as Forbidden Island since it is forbidden to be on the island for any reason out of respect for the ...
Malibu Boats - History
... During the first year of operation, Malibu built two boats per week using a single-hull design and each boat, with its blended gel coat design had California flare ... By 1984, Malibu had repaid its initial loan and was building over 400 boats a year ... By the end of the year, Malibu had built almost 1,000 custom ski boats and had been awarded their first Product Excellence Award for Value by Powerboat Magazine ...
Malibu Boats
... Malibu, which is headquartered in Loudon, Tennessee, is a United States manufacturer of recreational boats, founded in 1982 ... Malibu is notable as a major manufacturer of water sports boats, used both recreationally and in water skiing and wakeboarding events ...
Malibu Islet - External Links
... "Malibu Club Camp Layout map" ... Malibu Club ...
Malibu, British Columbia - History
... Hamilton began construction of the Malibu Club in 1940, named after his yacht, the MV Malibu ... Hamilton's Malibu Club was closed in 1950 ... the facilities from Hamilton in December 1953 and has operated the Malibu Club facility since ...