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The rocky outcrop at the southern end of Dee Why Beach is Dee Why Point. Paddle out is either a well-timed jump off the rocks or paddle from the beach.
The wave itself deserves respect, as do the locals. A local classic that stands upon a rock ledge, throws over into a solid barrel and sections off down the line for up to 100m. It all happens very fast. Add 30 to 50 surfers in the water and it is intense. A great challenge for good surfers and no place for a beginner.
Dee Why Point holds swell up to 10ft but is best at 6ft with a light S to West wind. If you are up for it, go and get out there, just take care and be nice!
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