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Drive down the road where you go to Woolamai. It's the carpark before Woolamai.
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Mostly for experienced surfers but on the smaller days you can learn here. Better in the winter months when there are big swells and good winds.
The people around are usually pretty nice to you but try not to drop in on them and they will turn nasty.
Great spot. Does get crowded like Woolamai, but can really produce some great hollow waves and a great opportunity to get some great barrels.
By Anonymous , 14-05-2007
rips - solid rips out here. I've seen some gaping barrels out here, but its hard to stay in the right position. A frustrating place to surf.
By anonymous , 23-04-2006
good place - i like this wave a lot but does get crowded when its epic. has a few more banks than woolamai. just be careful when u r out there. there are rips and undertows especially if there is a easterly wind it pushes u right down the beach
By anonymous , 19-11-2005
A few corrections! - Anzacs (first carpark) is part of woolamai.Better in the winter months when there are big swells and good winds????Oh yes perfect when theres a solid double overhead swell and a fresh westerly blowing.Totally crap during medium swells and north easterly breezes though.
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