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turn to go to myponga resevior abd go past it and you will find it
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Alternative name pongy
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sit off the point and watch out for the noahs
Great left. This is one of those "secret spots" that everyone seems to know about. It works about 3 times a year... whenever there's a huge SW stormy blowing out the mid coast. Needs a lot of storm action to fire, 40knots plus, but then a funny thing happens - somehow the wind is funneled offshore by the surrounding hills. So you have off shore winds in a place that should really be onshore. A nice left point.
By Jammo , 16-05-2009
- Mate i never said they were awesome surf spots. i said they were ok and glenelg is where i live. Some of the aggro on these sites is amazing. Its so tough to fight behind a computer scree. Ohh and by the way ive surfed Bells Winki most NSW south coasts the goldy points sydeny waves.
By Anonymous , 05-03-2009
- seriously mate, if you think glenelg and myponga are awesome surf spots, then good for you... but i seriously suggest you travel a bit more!
By Jamo , 24-08-2008
Dickhead - U that same cockhead who wrote off glenelg. i bet u write these spots off because u r 2 fucken scared 2 surf it ay. u n ur foam mal. hit up middleton when its 0.5 foot ay
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