Beach Break and Surfing Conditions Noosa

Noosa Main Beach

Breaking from both the right and left, this break offers a great opportunity for beginners, body boarders, and short and long boarders alike. With winds from the northwest and a southeast swell and a swell size of up to 2 metres this is a beautiful slow gentle short ride.

Make sure you stay away from the flagged areas and look out for the weekend body surfers that abound.

First Point

The First Point has a right break, perfect for that long board ride and on a medium sized swell it's great for beginners. With a Northwest wind and southeast swell direction, the swell can get up around 3 metres and is a medium length ride of 50-200m.

Tea Tree Bay

Tea Tree Bay is the next beach along the headland and features a heavy take off zone and rocky bottom, which makes for great barrels. With a right break, southeast swell direction and winds from the Northwest, low tide is the best time to grab waves of 3metres plus for a ride of 50-200m.

Granite Bay

Granite Bay is the last beach at Noosa before you head around the headland. With a right break, northwest wind direction and southeast swell direction; the waves here are shorter than the other points and have a swell size of up to 3 m.

Alexandria Bay (A Bay)

Hidden in the middle of Noosa National Park is Alexandria Bay, A bay popular for the locals. Tucked away from the crowds in the middle of Noosa National Park this beach is accessible from Sunshine Beach and unlike Noosa Main Beach, faces directly to the East. Sporting a right and left break over a sandy and rocky bottom, this wave is more powerful than other surf breaks in this area. With strong currents, northwest winds and southeast swell direction this is a strong wave break of up to 3m, it is best for the most experienced surfer who is looking for a bit more adventure.


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