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Ferry trip onto Bruny Island from mainland, then a long drive to the southern area of the island, then its a short walk around into the bay.
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Alternative name Cloudy Bay
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This spot has waves that not many people have seen or surfed. This sport provide great waves all year round as long as it has those southern winds to help it get along a bit.
People travel so far and go such a distance in search of a great wave, yet only very few know that these waves that people are in search of are right at their doorstep......this is one waves that only a rare number of people, like myself and my brother get to ride.......(the guy who typed this is either referring to 30year ago, or he is seriously delusional.. )
It is Tasmainia's hidden surf spot with the waves getting better and greater with ever day. It's worth the trip and effort, just for a few days of roar pumping water...
By Anonymous , 25-06-2008
Peter Hawkes email@example.com - mmmmmmmm cloudy bay many good memories had a shack close by gets good but the real prize around there is lagoons .......when cranking standing room only deep rh tubes........and photo no;4 is along way from cloudy use 2 take the long walk and get very rewarded more than 20yrs ago, but consistant world class location 4 beaty and waves. Size gets big and its sharky... but a great adventure. Now live in Bali a little warmer. Adios
By Tristan , 21-02-2007
Keeps on keeping on - Surfed it 25 years ago just as some of the photos show it to be. One of life's pleasures to live next to and surf this fun wave.
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