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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Eyre Peninsula

Australia, SA

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Quality Direction Type Frequ Experience
Baird Bay Reef - / -
Left Reef-rocky Experienced surfers
Blackfellows 11 / -
Left Reef-rocky Experienced surfers
Coles Point - / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
Desert Pipe 1 / -
Right and left Reef-rocky Experienced surfers
Dolphin Beach - / -
Right and left Beach-break Experienced surfers
Fishery Bay 8 / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
Flatrock 3 / -
Right and left Reef-rocky Experienced surfers
Greenly Beach - / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
indicators - / -
Pros or kamikaze only...
Monument 4 / -
Right Point-break Experienced surfers
Red Banks 4 / -
Right Reef-coral Experienced surfers
Sheringa 3 / -
Left Point-break Experienced surfers
Sheringa Left - / -
Left Reef-rocky Pros or kamikaze only...
Thistle Island - / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
Venus Bay Beach 4 & 5 - / -
Right and left Sand-bar All surfers
wreck beach - / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers


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Coles Point
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Oct 5, 2018
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Red Banks
By alytat4
May 10, 2010
First Surf - I had just moved to the Eyre peninsula for work and was mainly surfing the southern reefs like Flatrock, Monument and Sheringa but they were a 3 hour drive. After a solid session at Flatrock I was driving home along the Lincoln Hwy and saw white wate

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By swarbs , 10-04-2011

Have a nice day!!! - Haven't been over that way for a while but an update to the page is well worth it just to get everyone fired up again!!! I expect everyone to be giving waves to each other just like locals always have in South Oz. Especially around Streaky. Whenever I am there it is always friendly, the fishing is great(only catch what you can eat), Streaky pub has got to be one of the best if not the best pub in Oz, the back beach and protected bays are great for kids when the swells not up and the waves aren't that crowded even though at times you wish there were more people in the water because of old man in grey suit!!! No I'm not a local but I am a ratepayer and I spend a fair bit of time there when I can. But I don't paddle out and think I can do what I want. There is a pecking order and travelling surfers are generally at the bottom but that can change quickly!!! If you spend all that time to travel to South Oz you have to have time up your sleeve. Generally when the waves are on there are heaps so give a wave to someone you don't know-he might just be the heavy local. It's easy you just say "go for it mate" and whadyya know. You can have just about any wave you want(unless his mates are on the inside or you have caught heaps already get the idea) I'm not saying everyone does it but there is a "rape and pillage" mentality with a lot of travelling surfers-especially groups of guys who all wanna be the next world champ. You might think that the locals just smoke cones and surf all the time but most of these crew work hard in flies, wind and heat to make ends meet and a lot of them only get the chance to surf on the weekend. Generally that is when the knuckleheads turn up. Avoid surfing weekends at spots if it is crowded-find another spot. South Oz is about cruising and taking on some of the cruisiest/heaviest waves in Oz. You don't need agro or stress clouding the issue. Give a wave-have a good time. Say g'day and don't paddle to the inside constantly. Localism is here, accept it. You can't win everyone over but etiquete goes a long way. How ya going Dave and Staf!!!!! Hope no-one is cutting thru your yard Dave! Get some tubes at little island for me!!!! See you around June!!
Mark WA

By Anonymous , 19-05-2010

Eyre local - These comments are painful to read. Reality check people, it's 2010. Every one with the slightest interest and half a brain knows exactly where the top spots are, including Blackfellows. The local threats are the Boss Fish. (Kobi was right)

By Mick , 07-07-2008

Mad Local Hellmen - Amazing coast line but make sure you show the local guys a heap of respect. Some crazy surfers and waves that will intimidate the hell out of you (in and out of the water)if you dont show them some respect. They're another breed down there.

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