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Latitude: 38° 25.599' S
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Go to Point Leo Surf Life Saving Club, and look out to your right.
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Watch out for the locals, on a big day they start fights! Other than that not much to worry about, sometimes steep take-off and can get nice and big have fun!
If it's sunny, offshore and 4ft, it will be packed but there will be a lot of kooks out there so if you have any wave knowledge you'll have a blast, it can be good fun!
Pretty good, but there is alot better out there! I surf it sometimes coz it's the closest reef to where I live so i'm forced to surf it but i'm not always disapointed, 6/10
By Anonymous , 24-04-2008
shories - this place can really produce some good shories. especially with a big swell.great for bodyboarders
By CB , 22-05-2007
Longboarder - Again, the first comment is by a 'short-boarder'. This site is rigged. Anyway, to all you fellow Mal, Minimal riders, this is one of the best spots to surf when its clean and even as small as 2ft. Long rides to the beach. Definately not the place to go on a weekend. If you can, go early morning on weekdays. C U THERE!
By D-Man , 09-04-2007
2nd reef - 2nd reef can be good on its day with a good straight groundswell. Only problem is all the kooky mals - they should go back to pines or little noosa with all their mates
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