Windsurfing and Surfing

Natural Attractions

On a global windsurfing stage, Geraldton is rated among the best for its idyllic and uncrowded conditions – what’s more it’s also home to top class surf spots.

Grab your board and set sail for the thrill of a lifetime at one of the many spots along this pristine slice of Western Australia.

For windsurfers the best conditions are between November and April when gale force winds challenge the most experienced wave sailors and nurture the novices. The strongest breezes happen in mid summer and are ideal for high-speed slalom racing.

Point Moore and St Georges Beach are the best known windsurfing locations. Beginners head here in the late morning while high winds in the afternoon attract the regulars.

Surfers won’t leave Geraldton disappointed.

The shore break at Back Beach is well known for its consistent swell. Other popular spots for surfing include Coronation, Medallia, Pages, Point Moore, Separation Point, Sunset and St Georges beaches.

For more information about wind and wave conditions contact the Geraldton Visitor Centre.

Geraldton is a five hour drive or one hour flight from Perth.

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Carpark

Activities

Surfing

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

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