Sydney is one of the most iconic surf destinations in the world. The 2000 km NSW coastline stretches from the South Coast to Byron in the North with various beaches, inlets and headlands along the way. This is where you will find the famous Bondi beach and world class surf spots like Wrecks Bay, Lennox Head and The Pass. Its a wave rich region with the East coast getting both powerful South Easterly groundswells originating from storms in the Tasman Sea and North Easterly wind swells caused by cyclone activity in the Coral sea. Sydney is also known for it’s enviable coastal lifestyle. Beaches are a hub of activity as Sydneysiders come for surfing, fitness and good times at one of the many beach side cafes and restaurants. You can spend your whole day at the beach, and a lot of people do.
Where to Surf in Sydney
Sydney has a massive coastline, from the Shoalhaven region in the South, the Shire, the Northern Beaches, Central Coast up to Byron Bay, there are plenty of spots to choose from. Famous beaches like Bondi and Manly, world class breaks like the Aussie Pipe, Crescent Head, the Pass and big wave spots like Deadmans and Cape Solander.