Most surf in Western Australia rolls in from the Indian Ocean as left handers. There are a variety of VERY good surfing locations. Surf in Perth is smaller but nice as you can see from the surfing photo taken by me standing on the drain at Brighton Beach near the Scarboro surf life saving tower and about 100m from the Perth Surf Cam mounted on Scarborough Beachfront accommodation. That's where I live and work while Joan runs the surfers accommodation side of things.
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Surfing Western Australia Warnings
International surfers coming to Australia should know that Australian surf can be HUGE and dangerous. Read signs on beaches placed by councils and Australian Surf Life Saving Clubs. Know that in certain seasons whale migrations are followed by sharks. If you're a beginner surfer, surfing lessons will not only teach you how to surf but be safe in the water for yourself and others. Lean surfing rules such as don't drop in.
Weather and Swell for Surfing Western Australia
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