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Surf Breaks

Crescent Head Annual Long Board Competition

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2019 Annual Long Board Competition at Crescent Heads

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The annual long board comp is scheduled to start tomorrow Thursday and run through to Sunday. The Crescent Heads caravan park is full to capacity with mums and dads, retirees, workers, teenagers and youngsters all preparing to compete in this prestigious annual event.

The surf is its usual predictability, not big but the usual long slow right handers attractive to walking the plank and hanging five whilst some actually hang ten.

One of the first persons I met after arriving was Dick Davenport from Mollymook, a regular surfer at the Mollymook Golfie Reef Break.

The water temperature is in the pleasant 20’s  and the surf is teaming with fish. The following pics were taken today, prior to the commencement of events tomorrow, they show the talent attracted toward these types of surfing conditions.

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Surf Beach & Reef Breaks: Mollymook – Ulladulla – Bawley Point

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Surf – Beach & Reef Breaks: 

 

Aussie Pipeline – Conneeleys, Sussex – Narrawallee – Mollymook – Ulladulla – Bawley Point,

 

Surfing book “Surfing Australia”, speaks of the NSW South Coast as “A Surf Adventurer’s Dream”. “For a length of coastline stretching from Jervis Bay to Bawley Point the number and quality of surfing break is incredible”. They mention a few such as the famed “Aussie Pipe” near Jervis Bay, “Green Island” at Bendalong, and “Guilitines” at Bawley Point, and the hype they claim is justified.

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(Click on map to enlarge)                     Check out the Mollymook long boarders web page.

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The following “Surf & Reef Breaks are extracts, courtesy Shoalhaven Tourism.

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Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla

Aussie Pipeline

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationAussie Pipeline, Summercloud Bay (Booderee NP)Best conditions: Light NW-NE Winds, solid 3-4m SSE groundswell provide great left-hander rides.

Conneeleys-Sussex

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationConneeleys (Sussex Surf Club) Best conditions: Light NW-W Winds, 2-3m E/SE groundswell provide great left-hander rides over Reef & Beach with wide barrels.

Narrawallee

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationNarrawallee: Best conditions: Light W-SW Winds, 2-3m E/SE groundswell provide beach breaks and right-hander along headland.

Mollymook Beach

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destination Mollymook Beach: Best conditions: Light NW-SW Winds, peaky 3m E groundswell provide beach breaks offering a range of barrel rides.


Collers Beach

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationCollers Beach: Best conditions: Light W-SW Winds, peaky 3m E groundswell provide left and right-hander rides with barrel sections.

Ulladulla Warden Head

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationWarden Head: Best conditions: Light NW-NE Winds, solid 3-4m ENE groundswell provide great left-hander rides some barells.

Burrill Lake

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationBurrill Lake: Best conditions: Light W-SW Winds, 2m E/SE groundswell provide enjoyable beach breaks.

Bawley Point-Guillotines

Surf,Beach,Mollymook,Ulladulla,milton,Bawley,destinationBawley Point – Guillotines: Best conditions: Light NW-SW Winds, peaky 3m E groundswell provide great reef breaks offering right-handers with barrels.