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just drive on narrabeen park pde. and you'll see a house with a tennis court--just down that cliff is warriewood---beachfront carparking showers ect- Right in front of the Warriewood Surf Life Saving Club
Easy to find?
Alternative name the corner
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
It is a very quiet beach during the week and gets busier during the weekend
drop ins by kooks who don't know how to surf--old guys on mals on sundays gets a bit crowded---
not a spot for begginners----very heavy in winter!!!!!
By Anonymous , 28-03-2009
warriewood rips - whoever that kook is who rekons hes a northy local go and jump of north head, obviously northy is better than warriewood but u dont surf northy anyway. this cat hasnt seen warriewood on 6ft Se swell because hes crying in a hole. ive had some sick surfs at warriewood and did i mention i dont lie down like a bitch?
By Anonymous , 24-03-2008
Warriewood's pretty good - Dunno whats up with all the negative comments, cause I reckon this place is pretty good. When I went there, there were fun, quite powerful waves with no one else out there! Even if some spots do have a bit better swell, having a break all to yourself in Sydney is quite something.
By northernbeacheskid , 05-04-2007
warriewood foreva - oi u who sed warriewood is crap, u dont know wat ur talking abt...ive got plenty of respect for northy but its all urs mate, ive seen warriewood pumping with perfect 8 ft rights off the point..and uncrowded to boot. that place is gold
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