Can you surf anywhere in Australia?
With waves for beginners as well as seasoned surfers, some of the world’s best surf spots are right here in Australia. From the east to the west coast, here are a few beaches known for their beauty as well as their breaks.
Where can you surf in Australia to live?
Australia’s 5 best country surf towns
- Point Lookout. Perfection on North Stradbroke. …
- Yamba. You’ve always got a view in Angourie. …
- Ulladulla. Dean Bowen, Country Steps, NSW. …
- Phillip Island. No need for a ferry to get to PI, a short bridge sees you in Victoria’s happiest wave hunting haven. …
- Gracetown. Surfing · 16 min.
Does South Beach get waves?
The best time of year for surfing South Beach (Miami) with consistent clean waves (rideable swell with light / offshore winds) is during Winter and most often the month of January. Clean surfable waves are typically found 0% of the time in January while 5% of the time it tends to be blown out.
Can I surf in South Florida?
Unless you’re a local, South Florida is not known to be a great place for surfers. Most will head 2+ hours north to renowned surf spots such as Cocoa Beach & New Smyrna Beach. If you’re visiting and looking to find some waves or a local who wants to know where the hot spots are, keep reading.
Do you need a wetsuit to surf in Australia?
Depending on where you are surfing you might need a wetsuit to deal with cold water, or maybe just a rashguard (also known as a rash vest, or ‘rashie’ in Australia) for some lightweight protection if your destination is more tropical.