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Created by: Greg Cogar

Stay Tubed

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.

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Scripps Pier, LA Jolla CA

  • Tide: Best bodysurfing conditions are normally going off on mid-tide
  • Wind: Blowing in from the South East is most suitable
  • Swell: 3ft – 5ft is an ideal swell
  • Notes: North-side of pier is frequented by surf schools, and beginners …

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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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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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