How do I get to supertubes?

How do I get to supertubes?

The nearest passenger airport to Supertubes is Perth Jandakot Airport (JAD) in Australia, which is 190 km (118 miles) away (directly). The second closest airport to Supertubes is Perth International Airport (PER), also in Australia, 210 km (130 miles) away.

Where is Supertubes surf spot?

Western Australia
Supertubes (also known as Supers), is a popular surf break found on the south-west coast of Western Australia. It is located on Smiths Beach, which is near the town of Yallingup.

Where is Cactus surf break?

Cactus Beach is located 870 km northwest of Adelaide in South Australia, Australia’s beautiful central-southern state. The nearest town is Penong at 25 km.

Where is Y steps?

Y-Steps in Adelaide is a fairly exposed beach break that has quite reliable surf. Winter is the optimum time of year for surfing here. Offshore winds are from the east northeast. Tends to receive distant groundswells and the optimum swell angle is from the southwest.

Is there phone reception at Cactus Beach?

There’s no connectivity unless you have Telstra (as per 2018) and even then you have to go to the Seat to get it. Not for the precious, most campers are surfers from all parts of the world but you don’t have to be a surfer to enjoy Cactus – but you do have to be able to turn off.

Is J-Bay a reef break?

J-Bay is more than just the one famous, high-performance surf spot though. This is one of the only places I’ve been that has a super fun reef break, point break, and a beach break all within a five minute walk of each other, plus loads of other spots a short distance away.

Is the road sealed to Cactus Beach?

The nearest road to Cactus Beach is an unsealed road that is un-named in our database and comes within 331m of the beach. The nearest sealed road to Cactus Beach is the Eyre Highway (18.1km away).

Has a shark ever eaten a surfer?

There have been several shark attacks in the area in recent years, but it is believed to be the first death in such an attack since 2003. In 2012 a male surfer was killed by a shark at Surf Beach in Santa Barbara County, about 100km (62 miles) south-east from Morro Bay.