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North West Australia Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Blow Holes
Star Star Star Star Grey Star
3ft 17secs 247° 15mph SSE - Offshore - 153°
 Dunes/Surfer's Beach
 
1.5ft 13secs 241° 13mph SSE - Onshore - 165°
 Red Bluff
Star Star Star Star Grey Star
3ft 17secs 247° 15mph SSE - Offshore - 153°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Harsh desert awaits intrepid surfers in the region with Roaring 40s swells from the south-west consistently hammering the coastline. The iconic Red Bluff is the region's most famous spot but potentially hundreds of other spots exist along the 1000 of miles of exposed coastline – many unridden. Winds blow predominately from the south and swell wrapping around rock bluffs and reefs offer the most potential for a clean wave. First surfed in the 1930s hazards such as snakes and sharks are a very real threat across the entire region. wave. Adventure awaits the well prepared surfer.
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Local News
News Image McKean at Shipstern
NOT so long ago wipeouts like this were considered impossible to survive, James McKean at Shipstern.
News Image The Fatal Shore
TASMANIAN devils with tiger blood pumping through their veins getting all dark and moody at the bottom of the earth.
News Image Looking West
TRIPPING west to find the next Shipstern only finds clean air, good surf and a renewed sense of adventure.
News Image Stern Times
BOOMING again - Shipstern lights up for locals as the world watches South Africa - only 10 guys were willing and able.
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