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Latitude: 35° 33.409' S
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Follow the directions to Sandy Bay, park, then walk onto the beach, then walk into the water, then get onto your board, then paddle out to the break, then surf it.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Sandy Bay
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Sandy bay is the coolest bay around man.
By Anonymous , 17-03-2013
Nw coast - Spent two years on this coast. I never got good waves. I take that back. On rare occasions I got good waves. Mostly closed out beach breaks. The Gold Coast of Australia is way better. I live hear now. I can actually get waves on a regular basis. Waste of time living here. I was an idiot for thinking there was good surf up here!
By Stefan , 17-05-2010
It sucks for tourists - Sandies is full of groms who won't hesitate to drop in on travelling surfers. Also don't try to have them on about drop ins/snaking because theyll just get you even more. I spent about a month there during the summer and the waves were occasionally good but I never seemed to get any sets because of all the little s#!t$ stealing them.
If u want a few waves go somewhere like oceans where u will get way more swell, good banks and mellower locals.
By Anonymous , 29-09-2009
Go somewhere else! - Yeh, I agree. Travelling surfers should go up north to some other beach, nothing to see here folks , nothing to see here...
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