These are the already great surfing spots.
National Surfing Reserves are ‘iconic’ places of intrinsic environmental, heritage, sporting and cultural value to a nation. NSR embrace all peoples to enjoy, understand and protect
What about the surf breaks that could do with some improvements?
While we have been collecting surfing websites we were amazed at the global reach for surfing forecasts. It is hard to find a place that doesn’t have a surf forecast.
Check out your beach’s forecast (or forecasts, there is usually more than one) by:
- going to the Search Surfing Sites.
- typing in the name of your beach
- on the results page clicking “forecasts”
BTW, we don’t store any of the information entered in the search page, so don’t worry about giving away your secret spot..
click to go to this search
We have a custom Google search for surfing – enter the name of your beach in the top left side of:
Further refinements of the search can be made in the results.
On this page you can select which part of the world you want to see, actual and forecast data.
This graphic gives you an idea of what the surf is doing at the moment and in the next few days.
Visit the Surfline site for details and for more.
In fact if you need to know what the wind is doing anywhere in Australia, this site has live wind graphs and seven day wind & wave forecasts presented in an easy to read format.
They also have a listing of Second Hand Kitesurfing and Windsurfing Equipment.