This is named for the long since closed sewer outlet, and it is right in front of the Fairgrounds in Ventura. It provides good size waves and is a place for experienced surfers, very good when it is firing and still not bad when it isn't.
This is a pretty quiet spot that is often ignored, yet for those with experience it can be an interesting break with some decent waves. It only holds a small number of surfers, but it is worth waiting for room or queuing for the takeoff point.
The name isn’t given for fun, this is a break that requires concentration and experience to get right and avoid injury. For those who have both, it’s a good day in an excellent location with a good vibe.
Suitable for all surfers, this is a popular break that offers a variety of conditions which will either let you practice the basics or challenge your abilities. Despite the crowds, it has a good atmosphere.
This spot can feel a little remote, but really it is just outside the city of Oxnard. Although it isn’t the best surf around, it’s a good spot to check if everywhere is no good and it is suitable for all experience levels.
This is really only a beginners wave, holding little attraction for those with a bit of experience. It doesn't break all that often, but it's a relaxing spot in a good place to practice or learn the basics.
This is really only a beginners wave, small but breaking quite consistently and allowing plenty of opportunity to get to grips with the basics. It is just to the north of Bargara, and is easy to access.
An increasingly popular location, Hervey Bay is protected from much of the currents and winds by Fraser Island. Because of this it doesn't break too often, but when it does it can provide a good day surfing that is suitable for everybody.
This is a pretty quiet spot, and is one for the experienced surfers as it has decent sized waves and requires a bit of technical ability to ride well. It is convenient for the city and as a bonus manages to avoid getting swamped by tourists in the summer.
This is a good spot in the central part of Queensland, one which offers a very consistent break and is especially attractive to beginners as it gives the chance to get used to some good hollow waves that are still easy to ride.
This is only about a kilometre south of Agnes Main, but the conditions are a lot different. It is suitable only for experienced surfers, and offers a rare chance to ride some big waves on this part of the coast.
Just outside McKay city, this break is suitable for everybody although beginners will get the most from it as it doesn't offer much of a challenge to those with any sort of experience – it's a bit mushy most of the time, but can get decent with a good swell.
s is a nice picturesque spot on the east coast, and although it is suitable for surfers of all experience levels you need to have your wits about you as the break can be very close to the beach. For all that it can be a fun day out in what is usually a very quiet location.
This spot is between Eimeo Beach and Dolphin Heads, both popular surfing spots. This one doesn't break very often, but if you're in the area you might as well take a look as when it does break it can give some nice waves. It is suitable for everybody but beginners will probably get the most out of it.
This is a fairly remote spot, about a 50 min drive north of Cairns on the road towards Port Douglas. It is suitable for all, and you will know if it is working because you will see surfers from the road.
This is a fairly regular break, but it is really only suited to beginners. It is probably not worth making a special trip for, but if you are heading for a weekend on Magnetic Island anyway then this place is worth a look. The island is actually a nice place to spend a couple of days exploring, especially if you like unspoiled land with a historic feel to it.
Just a bit further onto the point than the beach spot, this is much more challenging and is suited to experienced surfers only. It doesn't break very often, but when it does the conditions some interesting waves that require good technical ability to ride properly.
This isn't a bad place for a weekend trip, being situated on Magnetic Island just off the Queensland coast. It is suitable for everybody, but is probably best for beginners as those with experience won't find a great deal to challenge them here.
This place is just to the north of Cairns, and it's pretty consistent although it is probably more suited to those who are beginners – anybody with a bit of experience will likely find it a little bit tame for them.
At the head of Eimio Creek, surprisingly enough, and right between Bucasi and Dolphin Heads is this little surf spot. It only breaks rarely, but is suitable for all, especially beginners, and has a good laid back atmosphere as well as being conveniently located.
This is an awesome spot, for experienced surfers only, and compares with the best anywhere in the world. The downside is that it doesn’t break very often, but if you’re around when it does then there is no way you are going to let a chance to surf it go by.