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Mollymook Beach Waterfront. Ruffo surfing the Kamikaze Reef Break

 

Crescent Heads to South West Rocks

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Notice the difference that 60 / 70 Kms can make between Crescent Heads and South West Rocks

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Crescent Heads – picture perfect this morning, hanging ten

 

 

The Big Surf Last Thursday at Mollymook

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Losers and Winners in last weeks Big Seas

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Dick Morath’s wipeout

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Dick sent through this pic of his mangled board, a result of the big seas in Sydney

Mollymook Swim Board Ski Squad

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The Swim, Board & Ski Team was met with a huge surf on Thursday am

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A New Mollymook Surfing Legend Emerges

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Peter the Priest with a little encouragement from above takes on the BIG Surf at Mollymook

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Peter the Priest

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Peter the Priest enjoying  some vocational leave from his posting in Victoria provides some leadership for the Mollymook Ocean Swimmers. With flippers fitted he takes his old faithful ‘surf-o-plane’ and heads out back. He was so far out at one stage we were almost losing sight of him. Nonetheless it soon became evident once the sessions began to roll out back that he had positioned himself to catch a beautiful wave providing a huge run in. Bumpy at times and almost lost in the broken water, Peter emerges triumphant. He was soon providing instruction to some of the ‘Kamikaze’ surf board riders on how to best tackle the big waves. Even Big D was seen asking for some advice.

Big seas Tuesday Wreak Havoc at Mollymook

 

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Big seas test the most skilled

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Only skilled surfers braved the treacherous surfing conditions today at Mollymook. The winds had abated somewhat however the southerly winds of previous days had caused a massive swell to pound the entire NSW coastline. Throughout the morning there was a fair amount of surf carnage with boards going in all directions. To the ‘Board-Ski-Swim’ team they braved the elements undertaking their morning training. In particular we witnessed some gutsy performances from some of the young male and female teens among the team.

Mollymook residents visit Prevelly, Margaret River

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Margaret River, Prevelly ‘Main Break’ – AMAZING!

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Mollymook Beach Waterfront residents visit iconic surfing breaks in the Margaret River area.

The town ship of Margaret River is about 9 Km or so inland from the coastline. It has many surfing breaks up and down the coastline, some breaks are up to a Km off shore and the Bombora’s are well off shore requiring a jet ski to reach.

One local (formerly from Merimbula) said the surf was much bigger this past Saturday. Hard to imagine. It was jaw dropping stuff just watching these that I photographed yesterday, Tuesday. At a guess I would say they exceeded 20 feet / 6 metres in height. A bucket of water is heavy, so imagine the weight of water when one of these waves unloads on you. Big wave riders numbered about 8 at any one time on this Prevelly main break at ‘Surfers Point’ throughout the day. The paddle out was a long arduous effort. The Prevelly ‘Boat-Ramp’ had two main breaks. We also drove to Gracetown and saw numerous softer breaks of various sizes attracting lots of riders including kids about 8 years old.

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Crescent Head & Midget Farrelly Tribute

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Surfing pilgrimage: Mollymook to Crescent Head

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Crescent Head – Surfing Destination

 

Surfing Images – Mollymook

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East Coast Low produces ideal surfing conditions at Mollymook

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Kamikaze surf break

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Mollymook Beach

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The ‘East Coast Low’ during the past few days was not as damaging as its predecessor last month and created excellent surf conditions at Mollymook beach as well as the kamikaze surfing break. (Pics taken yesterday, Sunday July 10)              (Click on images to enlarge)

Swell abates and the surf improves

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East Coast low continues to abate & the surfing conditions improve

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Wipe out

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As the ‘East Coast Low’ abates along the NSW coastline the surfing conditions improved dramatically, although there were still some wipe-outs along the way. Nonetheless the seasoned surfers enjoyed some great surfing.

Surfing Images – Mollymook

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East Coast Low brings a Massive Surf

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East Coast Low – Bawley Point on Monday June 6

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Bawley Point on Monday June 6

A low pressure system moving south from Queensland and down the NSW coastline brought damaging winds, heavy rainfall and a dangerous surf to the NSW South Coast. Abnormally high tides contributed to the dangerous surf conditions.

East Coast Low reaches Mollymook

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East Coast Low brings Extreme Weather to Mollymook

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East Coast Low hits Mollymook Beach

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East Coast Low – dangerous surf conditions

A low pressure system moving south from Queensland and down the NSW coastline brings damaging winds, heavy rainfall and a dangerous surf to the South Coast Tourist mecca, Mollymook. Abnormally high tides are contributing to the dangerous surf conditions with Mollymook beach almost deserted and a few brave-hearts taking time out for coffee at the Beach Hut cafe.

The severe east coast low is predicted to be fiercest on the NSW South Coast on Sunday evening, with electrical ‘Black-outs’ already occurring mid afternoon.

Mollymook Surf Highlights

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Mollymook Surf Highlights: January – March Qtr. 2016

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Dolphins surfing the waves at Mollymook beach, January 2016

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Mollymook Beach Australia Day, January 2016

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Great surfing conditions prevailed throughout the January – March 2016 quarter, with amazing water temperatures around 22 to 23 c. During this period the Mollymook Surf Club attained their best ever results at the South Coast Branch Surf titles, followed by the NSW Country Titles and the ultimate, the NSW State level against some amazing competition.

Mollymook Surfing Reef Breaks – Kamikaze & Golfie

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Mollymook Reef Breaks – Kamikaze & Golfie

Easter 2014. Mollymook turned on some awesome surfs, day after day. Here are a mix of images taken at Kamikaze and Golfie reef breaks. What I found so incredible as I sat out the back taking some images and talking to surfers young and old surfing the dangerous Kamikaze Reef Break included two 12 year old kids and another just 14.

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