This horse shoe shaped bay has been a long time hub for local and travelling surfers. There is a large car park that sits cliff-top above the breaks – a number of high tide sandbars. The most famous - Bunkers - breaks in front of WW2 concrete bunkers and always draws a crowd with its fun walls. In the middle of the bay at the bottom of the slip road you'll find Pumphouse, a high tide patch of rocky reef that can produce some excellent lefts. Winding around the northern tip of the bay is Cayton Point, a heavy, pinwheel, thick-lipped left that heaves into shallow waters over boulders and rocks. Definitely for advanced surfers, especially when the crowds start to push each other deeper into the sketchy region of the take-off zone.