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Latitude: 34° 25.24' S
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easy access by car from wollongong, or short walk from the centre of town.
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Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
This is a very heavy ledgy right hand wave breaking in big southerly swells. Dangers include a breakwall with large manmade concrete blocks located further inside the wave.On a good day the wave will break all the way into the breakwall so pulling of the wave early is sometimes essential. The wave is guarded by a few local Bodyboarders who charge the wave. Experienbce is essential and if in doubt, dont paddle out.Sucks dry when the tide gets low.
Generally guarded by a few local bodyboarders. Usually only a handful out as most people are too intimidated by the waver characteristics to paddle out.
Generally inconsistent but becomes good when everywhere else is closing out on a big south swell.Offers some heaving barrels and suited to a bodyboard.
By Anonymous , 12-04-2009
h - yeah i surf with chaddy d n john n pat im the sickest out there u no
i do like 90's into the barrel im too cool to cross my legs n shit
wen i get flipped over by the wave i like to call it a backflip
p.s i make every backflip i do
By Anonymous , 01-01-2009
chady d n johny calder - yeww me n johny always surfin tha bone, 180 into 1ft slabs, we rip
By Anonymous , 25-07-2008
bones heavy - Whaleys is awesome. Wen its gets lowtide you get a take off and after that is fat shit but at mid to high you can long spitting heavy barrels not for kooks
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