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    NEWCASTLE HAS PLENTY OF GREAT BEACHES FOR SURFING: Photo - Mike Newling, courtesy of Destination New South Wales
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Stockton Beach

  • This huge beach runs for about 30 kilometres and you need a 4WD to access it. You can sometimes get a good beach break. It is best in north-easterly to south-easterly swells and westerly winds.

The Wedge

  • The Wedge (near Nobbys Head) has a good left hander in light offshore westerly winds and can handle some big easterly swells.

Nobbys Beach

Newcastle Beach

  • This is one of the most popular surfing spots. The rocky outcrop on the north-eastern end produces a pretty good left and sometimes some good rights. You can get plenty of good left and right beach breaks as well. Best in south-easterly swells or big nor-easters.

  • View current Surf Report for Newcastle Beach

Bar Beach

Merewether Beach

  • Merewether Beach has a good reef break at the southern end (nicknamed 'the Ladies'). This can hold up to about 5 metres, best around 2.5 metre south-easterly to easterly swells. Generally for more experienced surfers.

  • View current Surf Report for Merewether Beach