The Ninety Mile Beach spans 94 miles (151 km), running north-eastward from a split at Port Albert to the man-made entrance located at Lakes Entrance. Unfortunately this means it can be difficult to find a well formed bank, best bet is at the mouth of Merriman Creek. The Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club provides patrolled swimming and Read more [...]
The following is a comprehensive list of Surfing / Body Boarding related activities available to the Public for their Enjoyment, Self Improvement & Social Involvement. The Category of Surfing / Body Boarding incorporates the infrastructure and destinations that are free to use, including Beach Breaks, Point Breaks, Reef Breaks or any other form of ridable wave suitable for Surfing, Body Surfing or Body Boarding.
Surfing / Body Boarding is a Sub Category of Free Activities – Water.
‘Tibir Street’ is an excellent wave on its day, peeling of the reef and hollow, yep it sucks off the reef barrels. You will need to plan your visits though as it needs preferably a high tide and favourable winds but when its on, its on. Surfing this spot much below Read more [...]
When all the right conditions come together, the surf break known as ‘Corsair‘ is one that locals will drop everything to make the most of this fast, left-handed, hollow wave. Access to this break is only via boat or jet ski. This surf break only recommended for advanced surfers due to its proximity Read more [...]
Surfing in the cove that takes in both Shelley Beach and Toowoon Bay in New South Wales attests be being a very popular past-time. Situate close to town facilities and amenities, this surf beach can be accessed via a service road off Oaks Road – located some 200 m East of the Grandview Street Read more [...]
Surfing here at the South End of Viewbank Street you’ll be happy to find 2 – 3 different banks, all holding with slightly different conditions. The rocks below give this break its form and shape making fairly consistent given a large ground swell and favourable winds. Being in Western Port you Read more [...]
Following Queen Street as far as it will go – will lead directly to the Iluka Surf Beach. A large car park located directly behind the sand dune will ensure quick access to the surf. Amenities include a viewing platform with which to observe the surf, toilets, showers, and direct access to the Read more [...]
‘Heyfields’ is best with about 3-5 foot waves, high tide and obviously offshore winds, plan your to visits to coincide these conditions and you be assured a fun day out. The coastline is littered with rocky shelves and reef, it goes without saying that ‘Heyfields’ is no exception and it Read more [...]
Following a well maintained gravel road leading through the stunning ‘Bundjalung National Park’ to ‘Frazers Reef’, a beautiful walking trail leads from the car park through the sand dunes, to an absolutely pristine beach. Presenting a beautiful sandy cove with interesting rock shelves bordering either side. Located just 3 km from the heart of Iluka Read more [...]