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From Coffs Harbour leave the Highway and head down Park Beach Road to the Hoey Moey (pub) then head south to the caravan park. This is park Beach. The beach runs from a small island in front of the surf club, North past the Hoey and on the Northern end is Maccauleys.
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Alternative name Parky
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You can park at the surf club or anywhere along ocean parade and walk over the dunes.
By Anonymous , 16-10-2007
- What a bunch of enlightening comments, grow up little boys.
As for Parky, this was the wave I grew up surfing, as it was the closest to home. It really is just an average beachy that can get epic during cyclone season. The island at the south end, little Muttonbird, helps to form some big right peaks and also generates a rough rip to help the paddle out.
By anonymous , 03-04-2006
coffs locals are nothing - coffs locals are nothing, a bunch of little lid riders using course language, watch out for those sawty boys down south they are the ones too watch and everyone thinks bra boys are tuff, that was a bra boy who got "bitten" by a shark in coffs creek
By Pweter , 23-01-2006
local pricks - the locals run this place when it is good. give them heaps as they drop in on anyone from out of town. (or just doesn't have that demented country bunkin look on thier face)oh yeah don't try and tune thier sisters- they want them for themselves.
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