Inji Carpark
Surfing guide

Official Rating

User Rating

Difficulty 5

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Break frequency 3

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108 days a year

Standard Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

3.5m - 4.0m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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general information

Injidup Carpark Inji is a quality high wave that needs a big swell to get going. The wave initially breaks over reef before peeling right cross the sand bottom. Inji is best at three to six foot (head-high to double overhead). It’s protected from south-west swell by Injidup Point, therefore only larger swells, three meters plus, produce good size surf. Inji is offshore in an easterly wind, while the headland offers some protection from a southerly wind. Injidup has some real grunt to it when it’s bigger, although it’s a reasonably easy and straightforward wave to surf.

The undemanding nature of the wave when it’s smaller can create crowd issues as it tends to attract a lot of clowns riding all variety of surf craft. When it’s good Inji is made for big carves and power turns. On smaller days, stay close to the white water as it can get a bit full through the inside. Barrels are rare at Inji, but they do exist. To get to Injidup Carpark head down Wyadup Road, and turn right. Inji is a dream wave. It’s relatively easy to surf while also being highly enjoyable and rewarding. BT

Wave length

50-100m

Share with

11-20

Best months

March - September

Equipment

Short board, Long board

Wave type

Standard

Access

Standard Paddle

Hazards

Reef/Rock

5 Day Forecast

5 day forecast not available.

Air - Sea - Swell - Wind

  • Spring suit
  • Spring suit
  • 3/2 steamer
  • 3/2 steamer

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0M / F6

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0M / F6

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