The most southerly surf town, Caloundra, has eight spots facing both north and south. Apart from the Ann Street reef peaks and shoredump close-outs of Dickies, The Reef is the premier wave, breaking left way offshore with malicious power. Big boards and big balls for the big barrels! Moffats however, is a longboard-friendly right point with long, crumbly sections, more makeable at higher tides.
Anne's can get real good so attracts a crowd on those days. Dicky Beach and Neill St are hollow and thumping so naturally a lot of bodyboarders. The Reef is 20mins paddle and should only be undertaken by accomplished surfers who can manage the drop and spitting keg. Moffats is home of the mal and somewhere to tune-up on cutbacks and bouncing flat sections. Watch out for peeking rocks at low.