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Surf The Pass

Listed under Surfing in New South Wales, Australia.

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40 minutes South of the Queensland, New South Wales border, The Pass has a very strong sweep when over two feet but is good for surfers of all standards. The Pass has a right hand wave, sand bottom and the water temperature is a minimum of 18degrees. The best time to surf The Pass is from November to April when you'll get potentially long rides and waves of four to six feet.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“The Pass, Byron Bay”

As Lennox Head, but even more crowded. Read more...

Written by  Ian Wilson.

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