Hot Spots

Some of the great windsurfing places in our region.

LOCAL TOWN BEACHES

Geraldton - Point Moore - Hells Gates

Point Moore - Centre of Our World!!

Point Moore is situated at the western end of Geraldton and it's principle include is the exemplary beacon towering over the point. It's an evil recognize that draws in windsurfers from around the globe. The Point is the windiest area in Geraldton as it is arranged toward the finish of a land mass that extends 4 kilometers out to ocean and along these lines gets the breeze first. It is immaculate in the mornings for amateurs with the late morning and evening giving the correct conditions to transitional and progressed windsurfing.

Hells Gates is situated around 1 km farther. This spot can get VERY unpleasant with VERY huge waves and is just for the accomplished load up rider who is searching for experience, fervor and the excite of an existence time!!

A grassed range for gear sets this up as one of Geraldton's best neighborhoods. SailWest is situated inverse the auto stop. Toilets and showers are situated at the carpark.

Geraldton -St Georges Beach

It is mainly used by locals in winter when the wind comes from the North. In summer it is mainly used by slalom boards. A nice grassed area with a very short 5 metre walk to the beach. Toilets and showers are located near the car park.

Geraldton - Sunset Beach

Located at the mouth of the Chapman River right next to Suncity Tourist Park. This is world class sailing but it needs a good swell. Works best in the early and late part of the season. At other times it can be gusty.

Geraldton - Separation Point.

A reasonable beach with a small break 100m from the shore. It is not used by many of the locals but visitors who used to stay at the caravan park opposite the beach often rig up at Separation Point and sail the 2 kilometres to Point Moore for the day. Now the Caravan Park is gone and a new Marine Research and Aquaculture facility is to be built there.

Coronation Beach

At the point when windsurfers discuss cruising in Geraldton they are discussing Coronation Beach. Perpetually it is contrasted and other extraordinary breeze surfing areas on the planet, yet without question everybody concurs that Coronation is better!

Found 25kms north of Geraldton and afterward 8 km off the interstate, Coro's is a cruising area that everybody can appreciate. The shoreline is consummately shaped to give you 200m of water as level as a move floor within and after that an extraordinary gone through the surf that gets greater the further you take off the back. Crowning ritual is best known for its bouncing and its not strange to get 6 or 7 hops in transit out without going off the plane.

As the day goes on the breeze improves for wave riding and best of all the breeze is steady. We suggest you take a 4.2, 4.7 and a 5.2.

A little train/lunch room works amid the season, however it is astute to bring nourishment and beverages with you. No water or kindling is accessible so please take your own. There is an outdoors territory behind the carpark however the encompassing vegetation and foredune range is delicate so please regard it and notice the signs, they are there which is as it should be!


Kalbarri

About 160 kilometres North of Geraldton the tourist Mecca of Kalbarri offers some fairly good flat water sailing in the river mouth of the Murchison river. You'll need to allow yourself a good day or an overnight trip. Plenty of other tourist related activities to see and do while you are there.

Shark Bay and Monkey Mia

Approximately 400 kilometres north of Geraldton. Shark Bay offers excellent high wind, flat water sailing both off the beach at Monkey Mia or at Little Lagoon. Worth the trip just to see the dolphins at Monkey Mia.Sign at Gnaraloo Station

Gnaraloo

Seven hours drive north of Geraldton. One of the top wave sailing spots in the world between October and December!! You must sail here at least once in your life. It is also one of Australia's best surfing breaks from May to August.
YOU MUST TAKE YOUR OWN WATER, FOOD AND PETROL. You are two hours by a rough gravel road to the nearest town.

Abrolhos Islands

Check out our details on windsurfing, kiting, diving and fishing at the remote Abrolhos Islands.
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Windsurfing Competitions

Interested in surfing in competitive events? Come and join in the action of our own top windsurfing event held each year.
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Coastal Map

Map of the immediate Geraldton coastline and the Abrolhos Islands

Join our Club?

Why not join our club while you are staying in the area. You may even end up staying, just like some others have done!
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Windsurfing and diving trips

We even organise trips to the Abrolhos Islands, staying onboard a charter vessel. Sensational surf spots combined with the pristine beauty of these islands will leave you wanting to come back, real soon!
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