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Car, bike, or walk from Barwon Heads
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Park in the many carparks provided. take around a 6'2 to a 6'8, some of the spots are fast hollow waves, others are great for beginners
pretty laid back, geat views of the bluff, unreal to surf when it is 6-10ft!
a classic wave, heaps of different breaks to choose from, some spots work better than others depending on the swell size
By Anonymous , 15-03-2008
OG - beacon has rocks got caught in a rip and washed onto them. becareful coz if ur not playing attention to rips ur gona get taken.
By Anonymous , 21-12-2007
- pic 12 is of flynns reef on phillip island. who ever put that on there.thats a long way from 13th
By Anonymous , 08-11-2007
13th - 13th can be really good.
beacon is really hollow. gulfies picks up the most swell. and further down towards the bluff is the place to go for liders. with some shallow reefs.
can get really crowded in summer. but most of the ppl out dont catch the waves anyway.
there are heapls of breaks to choose from.
but when onshore is usually pretty bad. and the locals are all really nice. no problems at all
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