5 of the Top Surf Spots in Australia

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Are you in your element when you are in a wet suit searching for the best waves? If you have a passion for surfing, you are probably familiar with the fact that Australia is home to some of the best surfing spots in the world. With more than 35,000 kilometers of coastline, beautiful beaches dedicated to surfers, islands completely surrounded by water, and reefs, Australia is the perfect place to visit on your holiday. Here are 5 of the top surf spots in Australia that you should add to your itinerary.
5 Surfing Capitals in Australia

#1: Margaret River for Surf and Wine
If you ask anyone where the best place to surf in Western Australia is, they will probably answer you immediately with two words: Margaret River. Located about 3 hours from Perth, Margaret River is home to the most stunning beaches and forests in the country. If you are looking for powerful surf breaks or a fun environment for beginners, Margaret River offers it all at 40 different areas along the coast. Once you are done catching a challenging wave, you can taste some fine wine from the region and even go on a whale watching tour.

#2: Scarborough Beach in Perth 
If you plan on going to Perth for your holiday, you can find some of the top surf spots located in the city at Scarborough Beach. Scarborough is a Perth beach and a seaside town that is frequented by youth and teens. With a break nicknamed the Scarborough Snake Pit, surfers looking for impressive breaks should visit this beach that has remained a popular hangout since the 1950′s.

#3: Trigg for Surfers Who Like Gnarly Waves 
Trigg Beach caters to both surfers and body boarders looking to ride the gnarliest waves off of the coast in Western Australia. Located at the edge of rocky ledges and sand banks, the conditions on Trigg Beach make for a long ride on a wave down Trigg Point for the experienced surfer.

#4: Lancelin for All Surfers 
Lancelin is about an hour north of Perth for surfers who do not want their holiday to revolve around the hot tourist destination. As a world-class destination for water sports, Lancelin is a great place for surfers with all levels of experience to test their skills. The pristine beaches at Lancelin are sheltered by reefs and islands, making this a great location for water activities of all sorts.

#5: Kalbarri for Powerful Waves
If you love left-handers, Kalbarri is the surf spot for you. Home to the world renowned Jake’s Point, experienced surfers looking for an intense challenge will love what Kalbarri has to offer. See why residents of Perth drive 600 kilometers just to surf and visit Jake’s Point.

There is no denying that Australia is the country to visit for a surf holiday, but there are hundreds of different surf spots along the coastline to choose from. These are 5 of the top surf spots for surfers of all experience levels. Plan your holiday, pack your favorite board, and get ready for a holiday you will never forget.

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