Located in near Adelaide, South Australia, Westcape beach is a fun and punchy beach break with a sandy bottom. The waves here have a bit of push to them, but are pretty easy to surf. Rides can last up to 50 meters, offering up both barreling sections and spots for turns or hacks.
What are the best surf conditions for Westcape Beach?
Gets good from chest high to double overhead, it cannot handle anything bigger. We recommend riding a longboard, shortboard, or step up here when bigger. It can handle all skill levels, although beginners should be aware of the power. There is often surf here (5/10) however it can get a little crowded on weekends and holidays (5/10). The best winds are from the East, offshore. It works on all tides, and the best swell direction is from the Southwest.
We recommend wearing a 3/2 in the summer as temperatures peak out at 17 degrees in February. In winter bring a 4/3, as temperatures bottom out around a frigid 14 degrees. See the temperature chart below for more data on this.
50M LONG WAVE
Beach break OVER Sand BOTTOM