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    YALLINGUP IS WELL KNOWN FOR PRODUCING EXCELLENT WAVES FOR SURFING: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Yallingup surfing locations


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Three Bears

  • Access by a 4WD track, these can be intense hard-breaking left barrels for experienced surfers only. Best in all size smooth south-westerly swells and north-easterly to easterly winds. For small swells there is Baby Bear closer to shore, Medium swells - Muma Bear, a little further out and if the swell is huge, good luck trying to conquer Papa Bear, further out again.

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Yallingup Beach

  • Can get some quality rights and lefts breaking over a reef into the beach. Further north along the beach, conditions are best in south-westerly to westerly swells and easterly winds and closer to the point at the southern end is best in south-westerly swells and east to south-easterly swells.

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Supertubes

  • When the swell is between 1 - 2 metres and west to south-westerly, there can be some nice long, but small, hollow, rights breaking over a shallow reef bottom.

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Smiths Beach & Point

  • There is an okay left-hander at the southern end of the beach. Needs 2.5 plus metres, south to south-westerly swell to get going. You can find some good beach breaks further up the beach.

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Injidup

  • There are several quality breaks. The first near the car park has some good rights, works best in south-westerly to westerly swells and south-easterly to easterly winds. The second is called Pea Break, which is a classic right hand reef break. Best in smaller swells.

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