About Widemouth Bay

Widemouth Bay is essentially two stretches of sand that become one long beach as the tide drops out. Black Rock is a large patch of reef on the southern end and Camel Rock is a large patch of reef to the north. Both can produce quality waves, with long lefts and rights. The beach is pretty consistent with good banks and works through the tides. Will be busy when good.

Source: Widemouth Bay Surf Guide

Ability Level

Beginner - intermediate

Beg Int Adv

Good for all especially when small. Beginners stick to beach which is learner friendly.

Local Vibe

Doable

Welcoming Intimidating

Competitive on reefs.

Crowd Factor

Moderate

Mellow Heavy

Reefs get busy when good. Beach popular in summer.

Spot Rating

Fun

Poor Perfect

Popular spot that can produce excellent peaks and long walls in a clean swell.

Shoulder Burn

Light

Light Exhausting

OK when small.

Water Quality

Clean

Clean Dirty

Good.

Additional Information

Hazards

Crowds and rocks.

Access

There are two car parks, one at the northern and one at the southern end.

Bring Your

Shortboard, fish, funboard, longboard, bodyboard

Seabed

Sand with large expanses of reef and occasional fingers of rock.

Best Season

September - October is the golden time.

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview

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