7 travels since 2004 - Down under, the West Coast surf is big and spots are a bit remote. While camping wild or sleeping in the trunk of a Red V8 station wagon, I discover the green forests of Margareth River up to sandy slopes of Gnaraloo. Windsurf spots like Esperance, Geraldton or Lancelin still excite me because they remind me of numerous adventures.
WINDSURFSPOTS TO REMEMBER
Perth - Busselton - Yallingup - Margareth River Prevelly Park - Boodjidup - Cape Leeuwin - Esperance -Bunburry - Rockingham - Scarborough - Lancelin - Cervantes - Jurien Bay - Green Head - Geralton Lighthouse - Kalbarri River - Shark Bay - Coral Bay - Exmouth - Cape range Vlamingh Head - Cape range Turkoise Bay - Gnaraloo
Enjoy the Fremantle Docter winds from November till March. The SW winds along the West Australian shores attract many foreigner windsurf addicts.
More than 5.000 Km shoreline offer premium wavespots like Gnaraloo and Margret River. Winds between 23 and 30 knots do welcome southern swells that roll in. Wave spots are heaven for experienced windsurfers.
FOOD & TRAVELLING
Western Australia is a big sandy desert. Every 100 km you'll find necessary roadhouses or towns where you buy-in your food. Open air camping is the way to go in this Mediterranean climate. Near cities opt for camping grounds or choose for N.P. campgrounds near the windsurf spots.