Angourie surfing

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    BEACH IN YURAYGIR NATIONAL PARK: Photo courtesy Clarence Tourism
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    BEACH IN YURAYGIR NATIONAL PARK: Photo - Sally Mayman, courtesy Destination New South Wales
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    BEACH IN YURAYGIR NATIONAL PARK: Photo - Grenville Turner, courtesy Destination New South Wales
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Angourie Point

  • Regarded as one of the best right-handed point breaks in Australia. It works best in a solid east to north easterly swell over 1 metre and south westerly winds. The wave breaks over an unforgiving rocky bottom and is therefore only suited to experienced surfers.

  • View current Surf Report for Angourie Point

Spookies

  • For the experiences surfer, this steep right over shallow rocks can form into a nice barrel. Best in north-east to easterly swells and south-westerly winds. Watch out for the sharks!