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It is near the Beausejour Stadium, there is a small road going towards the coast which leads to a couple of beaches but the one which has the good surf is when the road splits into 2 and it is the road on the right. it is quite a steep drive,walk or ride but it is sort of a private beach but it is open during the day.
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Alternative name Rabbit Beach
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Just don't park in the way as there is a group of ATV tours which go on through out the days through out the week.
It is quite a nice spot as there is no rocks which you have to launch off of or come back to, on good days the swell is really nice.
Fun, nice place to have a barbecue, drinks hangout basically a relaxing and exciting surf day. but you need friends or other persons there to enjoy it.
And try not to be there after dark, just my advice
By Cuder surfs , 26-04-2009
Point Commerette - Wow long drive there through long mountian roads. People are pretty nice. You need all wheel drive if its raining because you drive down a steep rocky road through some illegal farming to get down to the cove. The cove is beautiful but shelters a lot of waves. Needs a biggewr ground sweel but could be more fun on the outside when mid sized. You can jump of the point or paddle out through the cove where there are NO urchins. Wouldn't take the wife or kids to leave on the beach and would leave before dark. Just smarter that way.
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