australia's surfing coast

from eden to bondi, to byron bay & beyond

Beach Towns

Beach Towns - // Australia's surfing coast //

The Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea, caressing over 1300km of headlands and bays along the NSW coastline delivers some of the most regular swells in Australia.

Strong surfing traditions abound at Sydney's beaches but for a less congested beach or wave head to the North or South Coast. You might find yourself a lone rider at any of these beaches.

Head north of Sydney if you're seeking laid-back barrels in pristine sub-tropical settings while south of the city the water's a little cooler but the crowds are minimal.

Whichever way you head you'll find a top surf spot with a Surfing NSW accredited surf school, all of which feature on Australia's Surfing Coast.


Sydney



Bondi
Collaroy
Cronulla
Long Reef
Manly
Maroubra
Palm Beach



South Coast



Bendalong
Broulee
Mollymook
North Wollongong
Tathra
Thirroul
Ulladulla

North Coast



Angourie
Arrawarra
Avoca
Ballina
Byron Bay
Coffs Harbour
Crescent Head
Evans Head
Forster
Lennox Head
Nambucca Heads
Newcastle
Norah Head
Old Bar
Port Macquarie
Port Stephens
Scotts Head
Terrgial
Umina
Yamba