Reserve on waters edge, there are 2 boatramps to enter the water. Great place to learn and popular.

Best suited at high tide otherwise it’s a very long walk (see photos on low tide). Beware of sharp shells when entering the water. Small car park can be very busy if sailing club is holding events (Typically Sundays).


Additional Details

  • Average wave heights (breaking shore waves to ride):0-2ft
  • Distance from waters edge to safe foiling depth.: 50m+
  • Anything else we should know?:Best 3 hours either side of high tide. Walk foil out about 100m depending on tides.
  • Rider level:Beginner, Intermediate
  • Shore Description: Estuary
  • Best wind direction: SW
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  • Best Tides:High
  • Best swell conditions:0-2ft
  • Best time of year:Dec - Feb, Mar - May
  • Comments::Works with any west wind, SW is the better wind for this location. You can also head out to the NE wind line if experienced.
  • Car Parking:Sealed
  • Rigging Area: Sealed
  • Entering the Water:Boat Ramp
  • Average Wind: 10-15kts
  • Best area or direction to ride:200 to 500 m infront of carpark.
  • Alternative landing locations:Point Chev beach
  • Other likely on-water activities to watch for: Sailing
  • Obstacles on the water:Best to see this place on low tide, they you will see all the obstacles...!

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