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breaks eighth metres in front of a big kelp covered rock.
the swell comes out of deep water and suddenly hits the reef and ledges.
breaks best on low to mid tide.
its more hollow and draws more water off the reef.
if your surfing it for the first time you'll more than likely you'll discover just how sharky and secluded it is. and dont just sit on the shoulder and look at. just paddle out and take off on the fisrt bomb that comes through.
sharky, secluded, and pretty much one of the most scenic surf spots on the west coast of tassie
sick break and epic barrels to be had dont be soft. take everything
By west side? , 02-01-2008
fuck you - thunder reef is on the east coast and i live there and surf it all the time the mountain is called mount orfard and it needs like an 8 plus swell to break so fuck you locals charge it just not on the 2 foot days that you and your mum surf it on
By Anonymous , 24-07-2006
- Its out front of Mount Cameron in murrawa... get to greens beach and look north, yep thats the mountain, by a map or ask a local yokal for directions to the track out there.. no of them would surf it anyway
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