The wave is below the Warriewood Headland down a small winding road from the top or park and walk down the stairs. There’s a fee to park at the beach so walking is a decent option.
The wave is dependent on the sandbanks, swell and wind. Fun waves on the right day, you can score a semi point break by the headland or random beach breaks down the beach. Check Warriewood when the swell is under 6ft and the wind has some south in it, you never know what you might find…
Can get busy when it’s on.
What are Warriewood’s best surf conditions?
Warriewood breaks between waist-high to triple overhead. We recommend riding your standard shortboard, fish or longboard here. Warriewood in Sydney Northern Beaches is best suited to beginner to advanced surfers, the surf here is pretty consistent (6/10) and can get crowded (7/10). The best winds for Warriewood are Southwest. The best swell direction is from the East, Northeast, South and Southeast
Wear boardies or a bikini in summer or a 3/2 steamer wetty in winter.