Dee Why Point

Dee Why Point is a beautiful sucky righthander that typically breaks next to the rock pool. Like Fairy Bower to the south, Dee Why Point is a rock reef pointbreak that features especially shallow inside sections that can bowl up and offer really nice barrels. They can also deliver a mean punch if you don’t make it through. Once you’ve negotiated the first really sucky part the wave tends to feather evenly and allows for some really nice carves. On really big days the wave can start will south of the rock pool and run all the way around the point and into the beach. It’s basically experts only here at head high+, both due to the shallow reef sections as well as the pack of locals who have it wired and probalby won’t let you get into many, if any, waves. On smaller days, especially during the week when school is in, average surfers can definitely give it a go without any issues. If the crowd does pick up, you can always paddle over to the beachbreaks where there is usually a lot more room to roam.

Country: New South Wales Australia
Region / Province: New South Wales
Currency: Australian Dollar
Language: English
Nearest Airport: Sydney Kingsford Smith Int’l
When to go: April – October
Best Size: 3-12′
Break Type: Point break