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Exmouth

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Created by snoopySA 2 months ago, 20 Sep 2018
snoopySA
SA, 44 posts
20 Sep 2018 9:50PM
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Hi just wondering if anyone can give me some tips on wavesailing spots near Exmouth/Coral Bay. Travelling from Sth oz. I know of Kiters in Exmouth but not any windsurfers. Any info would be great
cheers Alan

skekles
WA, 39 posts
20 Sep 2018 9:45PM
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Just got back from the region. I recommend downloading the explore marine parks app before you go (large download). The area is pretty heavily regulated and the app lets you know where you can windsurf (and other activities too) based on your location


pommypair
29 posts
21 Sep 2018 3:25AM
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Hi if you are going in October there are always windsurfers (me for one) at Yardie Homestead(the best) and the Lighthouse camp grounds who will help if you ask, we go for the wavesailing.

Foghorn
WA, 90 posts
21 Sep 2018 6:47PM
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On my way up now hoping to bump into crew to sail with.

TerryA
WA, 68 posts
23 Sep 2018 9:19AM
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You cans sail at the light house bommie.
Sail down a few hundred metres from the car park. Good wave. Keep an eye on the wind. If it drops its a swim in. Can be a bit sharkie!!!

decrepit
WA, 8821 posts
23 Sep 2018 11:55AM
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Grave yards is another spot, a bit safer regards long swims in. Sandy bay is just a great spot to sail, if there are no waves ,and you just want a fun blast.

snoopySA
SA, 44 posts
25 Sep 2018 8:15AM
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Thanks for the info. I am guessing southerly winds would be favourable? I am staying in town for a couple of weeks so hopefully get some sailing in.
Alan

paulyNOR
WA, 36 posts
25 Sep 2018 10:17AM
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Looks good for the next few days

wind.willyweather.com.au/wa/gascoyne/tantabiddi.html

WindsurfingWA
WA, 604 posts
26 Sep 2018 7:47AM
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Catch up with Tom at Exmouth surf shop at the lighthouse caravan park. He runs the kite school and will give you the low down on where to windsurf and how to find grave yards. He will also know which windsurfers are around too.

WindsurfingWA
WA, 604 posts
26 Sep 2018 7:49AM
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Catch up with Tom at Exmouth surf shop at the lighthouse caravan park. He runs the kite school and will give you the low down on where to windsurf and how to find grave yards. He will also know which windsurfers are around too.

Seabreeze forecast can be miss leading at there is a huge local effect from the range. Forecast is for town not out on the west coast. Meteye or windfinder will show forecast for both sides. Lighthouse was easterly yesterday afternoon but we sailed 10km further south.

peguin
WA, 212 posts
30 Sep 2018 11:31AM
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Just arrived in Exmouth, staying at light house. If anyone around, say hello I'm up for for a sail. Navara ute with textured Gray paint job and big canopy. Cheers Daren

WindsurfingWA
WA, 604 posts
1 Oct 2018 8:54AM
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There are a few windsurfers staying at lighthouse and there are a few at yardie station. Light yesterday and same again today.

audymaccop
8 posts
4 Oct 2018 10:28PM
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skekles said..
Just got back from the region. I recommend downloading the explore marine parks app before you go (large download). The area is pretty heavily regulated and the app lets you know where you can windsurf (and other activities too) based on your location



If you are going in October there are dependably windsurfers (me for one) under the most favorable conditions) and the Lighthouse camp grounds who will help on the off chance that you ask, we go for the wavesailing.



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