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what are some of the hot spots on the West coast« on: June 21 2005 02:06:00 »
What are some of the sic pieces of coast line on the west coast for doing a roady? How do you think they rank up with the east?
RE: what are some of the hot spots on the West coast« Reply #1 on: June 21 2005 09:06:00 »
margs is best for lots of good waves in a small area. WA is huge, massive distances between towns espeically up north, not like the east coast were you pass through a town every 20 kilometres or so. most waves are lefts too
RE: what are some of the hot spots on the West coast« Reply #2 on: July 27 2005 00:07:00 »
There are heaps! Most of the spots around Margaret River, have been over exposed and can get quite crowded these days. But when it gets big, it sorts the tourists out from the locals real quick. But if you have an adventuring spirit, there are still a few semi-secret spots around that you'll just have to find for yourself. Further south of Margrets there is also good surf at Denmark, Albany and Esperance. Back up North around Perth City, there is rideable surf during winter, but gets pretty flat during summer. An Hour North of Perth is Lancelin, which has some super-fun beachies and some heavy-ish outer reefs, but when the wind blows up here, it howls and stuffs it pretty quick.