South Point
Surfing guide

Official Rating

User Rating

Difficulty 3

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Break frequency 4

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144 days a year

Standard Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

3.5m - 4.0m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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general information

South Point When compared to its neighbour North Point, you can sum up South Point in one word – poo. Actually, that might be a bit harsh, while South Point isn’t a great wave, it also isn’t terrible. South Point is located directly across the bay from North Point, and is overlooked by the small township of Gracetown. It’s a full/lacklustre left-hander which slowly rolls down the point. When surfing out here don’t race the wave just stay close to the white water. Try not to knock your fins out entering and exiting the water. The surf is best on a moderate to large swell. South Point also offers some protection from a southerly wind – one of the few surf spots in the area that does. If you’re anything like myself and big North Point scares the pants of you, at least you can get a wave at South Point without putting your life on the line. 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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