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Bumpy Road on the way there, fair walk down big hill. You can see the beach from the hill.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Tunks
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Save some energy for the walk back up the hill
Great looking beach with a few options. Hollow beachies and some reef down one end of the beach too.
By Anonymous , 15-06-2010
sharky - i was surfing here with my mates one afternoon in summer and half a baby seal popped out of the water about 10 meters away from us, theres a seal colony around the corner. sharky as hell
By Anonymous , 10-01-2010
- Great place.. Never had a bad session here. Raw, powerful and hollow waves all year round. Be careful of brown snakes on the walk down, seen my fair share just soaking up a few rays during the hotter months on the makeshift path.
By Anonymous , 24-12-2008
amused - to all those people that right off tunks i doubt they have ever got it good. and thats probably because they dont know the conditions. when you look from the carpark and watch over head offshore over head barrels spitting you'll see that it is a good spot. every one says it's fickle all u need 2 do is be clued in on winds the hills actually channel the offshores.better than most of the elliot stretch and better than waits& parsons casue its throws a bigger wider barrel
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