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>Surfin stuff<

Friday, October 05, 2001
Spent the last couple of days of the holidays surfing at Wilsons Promontor, the most southerly part of mainland Australia, and a beautiful national park with some good beach breaks at times. Clear cold water, peaky 3-4' waves and hardly anyone around. A light onshore and a bit choppy but compensated by the view from the water of the granite-faced mountains all round and not a house or a car in sight! Next day I surfed Squeaky Beach which was fun too and a bit punchier.

How to find the Prom