Over the summer months you might have to pay some amount to get to the beach at Point Leo, but it is worth it to preserve the natural surrounds. Once there, you will find a decent right hand reef break that really works when the swell is big. It can also work when conditions are not entirely perfect. Those defined as perfect are a southwesterly swell with a west-north westerly wind on the incoming tide. It can be a little shallow at times while the paddle out can sometimes be difficult. Crowds are not usually a problem.
Beaches/Bodies of Water