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Go to North Wollongong beach on the left hand side after the rocks, it should be the first reef you see on the left.. Just next to north beach. its super hard to find, just ask an old man in the nature reserve to help u find it.
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You must surf this spot at mid-tide, be aware of the tide changes while surfing or you might get smashed on the dry reef. Wear a wetsuit cause it is very shallow! It can form ugly and dangerous waves. sometimes forms as an A-frame. some guys rekon at low tide it goes awesome so get there at low and ur sweet
Wear a wetsuit cause your garunteed to get cut on the very sharp reef! forms wedges, and powerful hollow crazy waves. You can stand and take off on this reef.
The atmosphere of this spot is cool,calm and quiet and a great place to be when bodyboarding. Acids is very dangerous, shallow and thick-lipped!
By Anonymous , 29-10-2007
agreeing with jack *nod - id agree with jack, half u lads probably wont ever see it break at its best but when it does it produces some damn hollow beauties
By jack , 06-11-2006
are your kids serious - "Assards" you idiots.....surfed this place for 30 years...its lucky to break properly 5 times a year."Assards" haha...you idiots
By Anonymous , 14-09-2006
- watch out for the heaps white pasty guy with a stich on his lip out dere. He does half spins and bedrolls all the time.
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