New South Wales is home to some of the worlds most popular surfing spots.
It’s a tough battle to pick our favourites, but we’ve sorted through all the phenomenal beaches in NSW and curated our list to help you out.
This one is probably a little obvious, but it makes the top of our list nonetheless.
Byron Bay is known for its laidback surfer aesthetic and the surf really does live up to the hype.
This is a great stop addition if you plan on roadtripping from Sydney up to Queensland, too.
“Freshie” to local residents, Freshwater is argued to be the origins of Australian surfing.
Part of the World Surfing Reserve, it’s a great way to go hit the waves in such a historical spot.
Waves can get anywhere from 1m-2m, so it’s a great spot for both beginners and experienced surfers.
Cronulla is home to Shark Island, Cronulla Point, The Alley, Voodoo and Sandshoes- all some of the best beaches for pro surfers.
With consistently good waves all year round, you can’t beat Cronulla.
We know, we know.
When you think of Bondi, sometimes your first thoughts are tourists and Bondi Rescue- but this is a great spot for beginners.
For the more experienced surfers, South Bondi produces gnarly waves from the southern swell crossing the rocky reef- the ultimate surf experience.