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Latitude: 33° 53.559' S
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Go East to the Beach! Drive, bus or take the train.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Keep an eye on the White Pointers on the beach
Lots of atmosphere
Concrete beach at its best. If you like hangin out this is the place to be!
By Anonymous , 11-04-2009
Average - What an average place, sooooo crowded,pushy locals, the break is ok on the occasional good day, otherwise this place is very over-rated. does NOT hold surf up to 12', more like 5' then it closes out to crap.
Go somewhere else. Actually, go surf there, the locals hate you, but anything to p*ss them off and get revenge on their rudeness, bullying and childishness would be appropriate...It is one of the busiest beaches in the world, don't expect any soul-surfing experiences here. The tourists are friendly. The Kiwi 'locals' who tell you to f*ck off really are just pathetic.
By Anonymous , 15-05-2007
Rubbish! - Seeing bondi for the first time after moving from forster showed me one thing, everyone who raves about bondi must be smoking ice!, Dont worry I wont drop in on your overcrowded mush, but do me a favour and dont come to forster because once you see what good breaks are you will probably stick around with all the other dickhead sydney reffos.
By Anonymous , 12-04-2007
idiot - oh man, you are just one of those undereducated locals. come on and get some sense in your head... Iam not an aussi but I have studied in sydney for almost 2 years and surfed in bondi a lot. usually it was fun unless one of those dickheads like you turned up and had nothing better to do to piss other people off... luckily there were also nice locals. i go snowboarding in the alps every yea then the aussis come up who have never seen any snow in their life and cant fucking ride the board properly. but thats no problem, everyone has to learn it first, so we always give them a warm welcome including a nice beer. that is how it should be, maybe you should learn a lesson from that...Jebb
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