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Windsurfing Margaret River

Listed under Windsurfing in Western Australia, Australia.

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A world class wave, not for the first timer. Sharp reef and assertive locals. Give respect and you’ll get respect is the motto of this break. The locals rip the wave apart, you will probably get ripped apart on your first visit. But once you’ve figured it out it is a great wave. Chilled out town with a real hippy/surfey vibe. Best time can be anytime from November to March. It’s not that reliable but when it goes off it’s all time.

Written by  John Hibbard.

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