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go past hasting street go into forest park your car walk down one of the tracks
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Alternative name Groyne
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lock your car, might have to drive around for a bit to get one if your too late. best wave is infront and next to the rock wall when its around 3ft.surf on hide tide watch for learn to surf school good beach to learn.surf near the first rock wall body boarders and learners go there.
can get quite crowded when its good.
By Joschka , 30-12-2011
- I went here on Boxing Day, only after not being able to find a parking spot up at the national park. At 7:30 in the morning, there were clean, peeling 4ft waves with only 3 people in the line-up. I got many good rides that morning with little to no competition up until about 9am when about 50 or so people showed up. This spot doesn't usually get big, with most days being about 1-2ft; the big swell was attributed to ex-tropical cyclone Fina up in north QLD. Some locals told me it was about 5-6ft there on Christmas Day, which is pretty big for this break.
This is widely known as a learner's spot, being fairly gentle and easy to paddle for the most part, surf schools set up along this beach to do lessons. The groyne is also a favourite for long boarders.
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