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Surfing

Whether your a pro looking for great waves or a beginner learning the ropes, you can't go wrong getting on a board in the Moreton Island waters. The Island is made up of beaches, spits and some bays seperated by rocky headlands that point in every direction, so places will be different on the same day.

There are several places to surf the waves.

North Point

The waves here break to the right and are usually a very long ride, sometimes up to 300m. The break is sheltered from the winds by the north point rocks. The break has a sandy bottom with scattered rocks.

Boulders

The boulders are just around the corner from North Point in a sheltered bay with rocks on either side. There are big hidden boulders under the water so extreme care should be taken when surfing this area. The path to the boulders is over a grassy sand dune. If you are going the right way you will see a small white lighthouse.

Taylor Bight

Taylor Bight surfing spot is small sand bay at the end of the Bulwer to Taylor bight road. As you come out onto the beach head directly to the water. This spot is somewhat exposed and depending on the shifting shorelines can sometimes be a short break. This is also a great fishing spot.

The Surfside

The water is usually rough, exposed and lifeguards are non existant. Almost anywhere along the 40km east coast stretch of the surfside has waves to surf. Be aware of rips and undertows.

WARNING- THERE ARE NO PATROLLED BEACHES ON MORETON ISLAND PLEASE READ SURF SAFETY

Moreton Island Surfing

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