Found on the South Coast of New South Wales, Werri beach is a fun beach break with a sandy bottom. The waves here are pretty straightforward to surf, breaking up for up to 100 meters providing sections for turns, airs, and carves.
What are the best surf conditions for Werri Beach?
This spot gets good between waist-high to double overhead. When it’s smaller a longboard will work, but with size we recommend bringing a shortboard. Werri beach will accommodate all skill levels depending on the day. The surf here is pretty consistent (6/10), but can get ridiculously crowded on weekends and holidays (9/10). Offshore winds come from the Northwest, and the best swells come from the Northeast. The beach will work on all tides, just check the sandbars when choosing where to go.
We recommend boardshorts or a bikini plus a wetsuit top in the summer with water temps hitting 21 degrees in January. In winter the water temperature drops to 16 degrees, making a 3/2 the attire of choice.
100M LONG WAVE
Beach break OVER Sand BOTTOM