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Drive to yanchep. From Yanchep head north towards Two Rocks. There is a turn off to the left, and the track can be a bit bummpy. If you get to two rocks you have gone to far.
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The spot is a really good left, often tubing or great for doing heaps of turns.It picks up alot of swell, but not if it has alot of south in it.
On big days it is also possible to surf a short right which is fast and hollow (probably for the experienced only). On higher tides it is also possible to find a few other peaks to each side of the main left.
Unfortunately on the weekends 'drop-ins' are pretty common place, but during the week there is no reason not to respect the rules - afterall considering the significant local presence it is in your best interest to do so. Be friendly and you will be treated accordingly. This is definately not a place to practice lonesome and aggressive surfing tactics.
Great winter time wave. This is an excellent place to surf on its day - especially if you've been tortured by the pitiful waves of the Perth metropolitan area (usually always worth the trip).
By jakeh , 28-05-2009
- whats steamers like
By Anonymous , 21-12-2008
the long unwinding road - why has there been no waves since the new road opened?Is this a harbinger of things to come?
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