Found in the Southern Beaches of Sydney in New South Wales Seven Mile Beach is not a bad beach break that crashes over a sandy bottom. The waves here are pretty easy to surf, breaking up to 50 meters offering up sections for manoeuvres. This beach often closes out, so look for crossed up swells that will create peaks up and down the beach.
What are the best surf conditions for Seven Mile Beach?
This spot gets good between waist high and overhead. When smaller a longboard will suffice, but when the size picks up we recommend a shortboard. Seven Mile Beach is suited to all levels of surfers. The waves here usually break (5/10) but the peaks can get bustling if the swell is on (5/10), The best winds come from the Northwest. Coupled with a swell from the Southeast (or preferably multiple swells from different angles) the waves will work on all tides and deliver some great rides.
We recommend wearing boardshorts or a bikini in summer with water temperatures a nice 21 degrees in January. In winter temps drop to a chilly 16 degrees, so we recommend a 3/2 wetsuit. See the temperature chart below for more data on this.