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The beach at Meroo Headland.
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It's a bit of a drive and then you arrive in the middle of a forrest. you then have to walk a fair bit until you reach the beach. brakes best at the far end clif but brakes along the hole beach aswell.
take a tent, some drunk mates, the dog, the chicks and a six pack cause its a camping ground. you are aloud to camp anywere in the forest and are aloud to do almost anything from fires to dogs. makes a good weekend because its only a 10 minute walk from anywere in the forest grounds. good holiday
By brad , 05-11-2010
fun - sick little beach break
works when big of the rocks out on the reef but still when small the further u go north the bigger the swell will gwet but looses its shape
the wedge round the corner is sick!!!!
pretty easy to find
By Anonymous , 30-06-2009
protected from southerlies - The correct name is Termeil Beach. Also picks up bigger south east swell and is protected from southerly winds by the headland. It is only a gentle three minute walk from camp ground. It is in National Park so be respectful. There is no way you will get a 300m plus ride but you will find a fun peaky wave.
By Anonymous , 08-04-2009
workin - on a good day you can catch a long and clean ride, not aways big but clean and fun, front and back doors. i like it
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