Top 9 Surfing Spots in Australia

We already introduced you to our favourite surf spots in Europe, the Americas and Asia – now we’d like to put the spotlight on Australia. 

We at EarPro think that Australia is a surfer’s paradise – wouldn’t you agree? The vast variety of beaches covering the coasts of Australia make it one of the top destinations for surfers across the world. 

Here are some of our favourite surf spots for you to choose from based on your surfing capabilities.

The Pass, Byron Bay

The Pass at Byron Bay in the east of the country is a spectacular place for all surfers and skill levels. This surf spot comes with some of the best breaks and long rides. The best time to head to The Pass for surfing is between April and September.

Kirra, Gold Coast

Kirra is the dream spot for advanced surfers. Here you will find great waves and powerful and heavy tubes. The best time for surfing is from March to June, but you can come here anytime from February until July for an amazing surfing experience.

Noosa, Queensland

This surfing spot is particularly popular among beginners and intermediate surfers. When the tide is low, we’d recommend only experienced surfers ride some waves as the rocks are quite close to the surface. The best time to try this surf spot is between February and July.

Angourie Point, New South Wales

Angourie Point is one of the more scenic surf spots in Australia as it has a beautiful national park around it. Depending on the swell size, we’d recommend this area for intermediate and advanced surfers. 

Bells Beach, Victoria

This surf spot has some amazing breaks and is the perfect location for avid advanced surfers. The water can be quite chilly, so you might want to bring your wetsuit. Anytime between April and October will guarantee you a great surf experience.

Treachery Beach, Queensland

If you’re looking to get away from the crowds, Treachery Beach is the perfect place for you. It is still counted as some of the more secret surfing spots and has great waves for surfers of all levels.

Main Brak, Margaret River

Main Break is a surf spot for the adventurous, experienced and brave. Here you will find spectacular waves, hollows and bowls. Main Break should not be underestimated and we recommend wearing protective gear. 

Caves, Cactus Beach

This is another great spot for experienced surfers. Waves can reach extreme heights and you will find some heavy swells here, especially in winter. The best time to surf in Caves is between April and October.

Burleigh Heads, Queensland

Burleigh Heads is a stunning location for surfers of all levels. You will get amazing point breaks and draining tubes here. Another plus: this surf spot is usually less busy compared to some of the nearby locations in Queensland.


Which are your favourite surfing spots? We’d love to hear your recommendations – feel free to reach out and share them with us.

Top 9 Surfing Spots in Asia

When talking about the best surfing spots, places such as California, Australia or France come to mind. While we absolutely love all these places for surfing, we would also highly recommend heading to Asia.

Today, Asia is actually one of the most popular destinations for surfing, offering great breaks for beginners and experts alike. Here are our favourite surfing spots in Asia that you should definitely add to your bucket list:

Laundry Bay, Indonesia

Located on the beautiful island of Nias in Indonesia, Lagundri Bay is a great surfing spot away from the crowds. Waves are on average around 2 meters high and offer best conditions for surfers of all levels. The best time to go is between May and September.

Jialeshui Beach, Taiwan

Thanks to its seasonal typhoons, Taiwan is also known as the “Hawaii of the east”. Intermediate to advanced surfers will absolutely enjoy Jialeshui Beach. Come down here between June and August for an amazing time.

Canggu, Bali

Bali had to make it on our list. Despite it being a very popular surf spot, we really enjoy the people, the vibe and, of course, the amazing waves. The best time to surf here is between May and October.

Thulusdhoo, Maldives

This surf spot is famous for its waves: Cokes and Chickens. And we can tell you, they are spectacular! This is not a spot for beginners, but more experienced surfers will love the fast barrel sections and long rides.

Siargao, Philippines

Siargao has some of the best waves in the world and a total of 20 surf breaks. No surprise that surfers from all over the world come here. We can recommend this surf spot for beginners and experts – come here between September and November to catch the best waves.

Kovalam, India

Kovalam is a beautiful beach in southern India, offering perfect conditions for beginners. Surfing here is also very cheap and the locals are very inviting. Head to this surf spot between December and February and you’ll have a great time.

Weligama, Sri Lanka

This is another amazing surf spot for beginners. The beach at Weligama is very long and on a sand break, so you don’t have to be afraid of hitting anything or anyone. The best surfing time is between January and April.

Kata Beach, Thailand

Kata Beach in Phuket offers everything from soft waters to heavy swells. It’s the perfect spot for surfers of all levels. April to November is a great time for surfing in Thailand but if you prefer calmer waves, come here during the winter months.

Da Nang, Vietnam

Vietnam has an incredible coastline. One of the most popular surf spots is Da Nang and we couldn’t agree more. This spot has great waves that break all year round but the main surf season is between September and March.


Which are your favourite surfing spots? We’d love to hear your recommendations – feel free to reach out and share them with us.