Crescent Head Point is a fantastic right hand wave breaking up to 400 meters in perfect conditions. Crescent Head Front Beach offers a variety of right and left hand barrelling waves in a combination of north or south swell directions. The Point and Front Beach are protected when there’s a south wind. Every year in May Crescent Head Point plays host to one of Australia’s major Malibu events.
To the south of Crescent Head you come to the Back Beach as it’s known by the locals. This beach extends about 7km southward to Racecourse Headland.There are numerous waves in this area and Racecourse Point is another decent point break when sanded up.
Delicate-Nobby provides a fun and very unique coastal experience. The waves vary here and there’s plenty of searching to be done. Locals will assure you of many perfect days in the area and you’ll see what they mean if you’re lucky enough to score the correct combination of swell, wind and tides.
Continuing south from Delicate-Nobby through the National Park brings you to Big Hill – a sand bottom point break that relies on mother nature depositing sand in the right spots. This is a beautiful area with amazing wildlife and if you’re lucky you might even spot a kangaroo on the beach watching you surf.
Point Plomer is another south protected point break set amidst a camp ground. There are plenty of great surfs up for grabs here.