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Created By: Greg Cogar

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This website has been set up for Bodysurfers, please contact me with comments, suggestions and requests. bodysurfers.info will provide a place for the bodysurfing community to exchange ideas and information about all things bodysurfing.

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Bodysurfing Breaks

Bodysurfing Breaks

There are many great bodysurfing waves around the world and I would like to display as many bodysurfing breaks as possible.

if you can help out by sending me information on your local bodysurfing break that would be appreciated.

Breezy Point, NY USA

Breezy Point, NY USA

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are noramally going off on the incoming mid tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the NW is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping SE swell is ideal
  • Notes: When the tide is outgoing the swell gets knocked down a little from the Hudson River outflow.

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The Wedge, Newport Beach, Southern California

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on middle tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the East to North East is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping South to South West swell is ideal
  • Notes: A sand break that offers only a left because the right would send you straight into a rock jetty. Very shallow bottom make conditions very dangerous.

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Warriewood Beach, Northern Beaches, Sydney NSW

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally high tide when it’s large
  • Wind: Blowing in from the South is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping Southerly swell is ideal
  • Notes: Predominantly a right hand at the southern end when pumping.
  • Parking: Parking down at the beach is metered and the council are ruthless, so don’t be tempted, get a parking permit or park up top.

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Crescent Bay, California USA

  • Tide: Best when it is high tide, if it is a low tide the waves are almost too dangerous to ride as they break right on the sand.
  • Wind: Blowing in from the North East is most suitable
  • Swell: Holds swells over 4ft and bigger. Flat during most of the winter months. Best when it is 6-10 feet or bigger. Big bat rays frequent this area
  • Notes: Glassy, or winds from the Northeast and the swell direction pushing from the Southwest.

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Phillip Island, VIC Australia

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on Any tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the North East is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping South West swell is ideal
  • Notes: Cape Woolamai is on Phillip Island , 120km Southeast of Melbourne, Victoria is about a 4km long stretch of sand covered reefs with various rights and lefts.

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bodysurfing break flat rock

Newcastle, NSW Australia

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on Any tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the North West is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping South East swell is ideal
  • Notes: Flatrock is a right-hander that works on all tides but best on high. Best on a south-east to east swell.

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Rennies Beach Ulladulla South Coast NSW

Ulladulla, NSW Australia

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on Low tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the North East is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping South and South East swell is ideal
  • Notes: Beach break with lefts & rights, south end has right-hander over submerged rocky reef.

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Sydney, NSW Australia

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on Low tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the West is most suitable
  • Swell: A pumping North East, East and South East swell is ideal
  • Notes: Beach break with many shifting sand banks and plenty of lefts and rights.

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