This wave has gotta be one of the best on Australias West Coast and an icon in Australian surfing, it’s well in the ranks with Bells and the Superbank – but this is a left! Hurray for the goofies!! It’s a serious left-hander that starts with a steep drop into a bowling section followed by a tube race down the long line towards the channel. It’ll hold up to double overhead and needs a very clean south-west to west swell with some grunt to be at it’s best, combined with southeasterly winds. It’s a long drive to get here but it’s worth every minute, dollar and pothole. Experienced surfers only and it is sharky.
What are the best surf conditions for Red Bluff?
Gets good between overhead to double overhead. We recommend riding your standard shortboard, step-up or gun when bigger here. Red Bluff in West Australia is best suited to intermediate to advanced surfers. The surf here is usually has a wave (5/10) and can get busy at peak times (5/10). The best winds for Red Bluff are Southeast. The best swell direction is from the Southwest.