This spot isn’t typically known for surfing. From the bottom of the cliffs it’s nothing but large rocks and an eery number of sharks. Consequently, the locals don’t really surf here.
After a few winters of southerly swells, the built-up sand created a beautiful beach and two of the most refined sand banks I’ve ever seen. On the right tide, it breaks a bit like Kirra. On another swell direction, the left (not pictured) breaks like a classic Indonesian lineup. As if the aforementioned wasn’t enough, to top it off, it’s extremely rare to see more then six people a crowd there. The location, however, will be kept a secret.