About Injidup

One of the main factors here is the crowd. Locals from Yallingup, and a few from Gracetown and Margaret's, descend on it like flies when it's on (which is often). Jostling in the take-off zone can get a bit frisky. If you're not into that, sit a bit wide and pick off the occasional set wave that leaves the pack too deep, scrounge the smaller insiders, or go the left, which isn't as good as the right but still fun.

Wrangle a decent set wave and you'll learn what the fuss is about. This wave is one of the best around. There's a tight but makeable pit on low tide, and a wall that will give you two or three big hits before you play your cadenza on the closeout near the shore. When it's medium size, it's got the feel of a slightly serious beachbreak. When it's big, it assumes the full southwest WA menace. Either way, it's a reliable right-hander, picks up any swell that's going and doesn't vary much from tide to tide.

If it's too crowded, have a look a bit further afield. Big southwest swells can wrap into the point, where there is a long left. But it gets a bit shifty, and there's a rock shelf in the middle that can catch you by surprise.

Source: Injidup Surf Guide

Ability Level

Intermediate - advanced

Beg Int Adv

Intermediate to advanced

Local Vibe

Welcoming

Welcoming Intimidating

Don't provoke, and you'll get your share.

Crowd Factor

Heavy

Mellow Heavy

Almost always packed.

Spot Rating

Fun

Poor Perfect

This wave is one of the best around.

Shoulder Burn

Medium

Light Exhausting

You gotta stay on the move to get some action here.

Water Quality

Clean

Clean Dirty

Pristine.

Additional Information

Hazards

Sharks, rocks.

Access

car park right in front. Get a spot in the front row, and you'll be reluctant to move.

Bring Your

Shortboard, gun

Seabed

Rock reef and sand.

Best Season

Winter is strongest, but can get surf year-round.

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview

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