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Head to Dargaville and north 3km to the Baylys Beach turn off and follow that for about 8-9 km and your at Baylys Beach
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
This stretch of coast picks up SW trades and is generally big, rough and dangerous rips, with predominantly SW winds, especially winter. In summer more NE winds and calmer seas giving sometimes EXCELLENT clean, powerful waves best around 4-6'. Type of spot you have to "be there on the day". When huge here,and SW winds, Shipwreck Bay up north is good.
Surfed this place for over 40 yrs and always get good summer surf. The banks are changable so have to be there at right time and tide.
When it works it can be exceptional.
By Anonymous , 10-01-2010
MR COOL - HI TO ALL WHO ARE GOING TO THIS BEACH IT HAS GOOD SURF IN EASTERLU WINDS OR NO WIND. oNE DAY I WAS HERE IT WAS SO OFFSHORE I COULD HARDLY SEE IN BIG SWELL THE SPRAY WAS SO THICK. ITS UNCROWDED AS SO U WON'T GET HASD WEM ITS GOOD. STEVEO
By Nixski , 17-05-2007
Baylys Beach Warning! - it's wild, it's rough, & life threatening!!! STAY AWAY!!!
By Anonymous , 05-09-2006
Baileys Great Fun - I visted NZ in 2004 at the end of december, we got to baileys beach late afternoon was onshore but a solid 4ft of swell, we drove the trusty hire car up the beach looking for banks and gutters. We found a nice little formation 200 metres north on the beach. We woke up around 7am the next day and went down to baileys and there wasnt one person out, the tide was incoming wind offshore, went down to our newly found bank and got some great fun waves just 2 of us out, going back in September cant wait....
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