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27 km south of Forster, turn off Lakes Way and follow main road to about 5 mins past bungawah and there is a sign seals rocks follow that and your there
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Alternative name seals
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park your car in the car park in front of beach...good for all surfes...
great spot....when you drive in you will know if its working you come down a hill and you will see big long lines across the beach
great spot,nice locals
By jack h , 19-12-2009
WTF????!!!!! - Mid north coast shits on fuking Gold Coast I have relos at Wallabi Pt/Old BAr and go there 2-4 times a year and every time there is punchy and peaky waves and tons of quality isolated spots and with little or no crowd, the fuking Gold Coast is a place where u surf with 150 other people and its some onshore slop, YOU must be seriously fkd in da head or maybe your just some tourist kook. Ask anyone mate this bit of coast is some of the best in AUS!
By Anonymous , 05-11-2008
good for bodyboarders? - this whole part of the coast from forster to seal rocks is terrible. better off to go to gold coast. wouldnt even bother bringing the board.
By Anonymous , 05-07-2008
Good for bodyboarders? - I'm going there these holidays for a week and want to know if it's anygood for bodyboarders?
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