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Latitude: 55° 10.039' N
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Easy, There are parking spaces right along the left side of the beach or you can drive straight onto the beach, but stay to the right of the posts if you do.
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Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
You can park your car near the toilet block or drive down the lane past it to get onto the beach. just be careful if you do park on the beach that you dont get stuck. Tho in summer months there are plenty of people about to give you a hand out if you do.
This spot when its working can be really good. Good break for all size of boards. From Body boards to long boards. On messier days can still have good power behind the wave for bodyboarding or using a mini-mal. On Good days can give a good long ride. On bigger days a jump off the pier can save a hard paddle out but make sure you're confident in deep water and large swell before doing this. There can be a strong rip here but it generally pushes you from one end of the beach to the other at which point you can get out and dander back up to where you started, the force of the rip will depend on what time of year it is and how strong the waves are. Life guards are on this beach in the summer from around June to Sept. Lots of families will be there during the summer too.
I learnt to surf at this spot so will always have fond memories of it. good place for all abilities of surfing from beginners to guys wanting to rip!
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