Burning Palms
Surfing guide

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User Rating

Difficulty 7

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Break frequency 6

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216 days a year

Powerful Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

2.0m - 2.5m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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Username: Rocket Jim

Date created: 16/01/2009

recommended board

general information

Burning Palms is an isolated beach in the Royal National Park that requires a fair hike in, but can produce classic waves, and generally the effort is rewarded with a right or left off the rocks at either end providing a point style powerful wave that breaks into the beach, depending in the swell/wind/sand set up on the day.

Usually there is a couple of rips that separate a typical peaky beach break wave in the middle of the beach. Look for a E to SE swell and NW wind.

Wave length

50-100m

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solo

Best months

May - October

Equipment

Body Board, Short board, Long board

Wave type

Powerful

Access

Standard Paddle, Long Walk

Hazards

Reef/Rock, Very Isolated, Rips

5 Day Forecast

5 day forecast not available.

Air - Sea - Swell - Wind

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

NE

NE

1M / F4

E

S

2M / F4

SE

W

2M / F6

E

N

1M / F6

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Burning Palms Beach

By: Aidan Casey


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