Lagoon Bay  
 
Spot Name:
East Beach - Low Head
Map:
41° 3'48"S, 146°48'10"E
Ideal for:
W/NW Intermediate to Advanced wave sailing - NE/E swell bump and jump
Winds:
Best wind direction is West. There are no to very little waves in NE wind direction or NE swell. Beach faces dead NNW.
Directions
Head North through Georgetown into Low Head, follow road until a signposted turn off to East Beach
Parking:
~20 cars, maybe more - 3 separate large spots, 15m to beach
Rigging:
Small spot on grass, but have to walk over dunes to beach - ~50m, heaps of room on beach to rig
Facilities
Toilets
Currents:
North facing Bass Straight beach – only tidal
Waves:
Great jumping and backside sailing on W - NW direction wind and swell
Tide:
High tide leaves enough beach to rig, low tide gives 50m of beach
Speed Record:
N/A
Comments:
Beautiful area with long safe beaches. If a big westerly blows for a couple of days than East Beach at low head can become quite big. Max waves are usually around 3/4 mast with the occasional mast high in psycho conditions. It is wind swell but the waves can become pretty well formed. There sometimes is a good forming left hander on the west end of the beach if the swell is a NW direction.





 

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