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 Boneyard

Australia, TAS, East Coast

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20min walk then a15 min paddle

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): 20min walk then a15 min paddle

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): 20min walk then a15 min paddle

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): 20min walk then a15 min paddle

DistanceEn voiture

ApprocheBonne marche (15-30 mn)

Facile à trouver ?

Accès public ?Accès public

Accès spécialA la rame > 20mn ou par bateau

 Caractéristiques du spot de surf

Qualité du spot

Quality des vaguesClasse mondiale

ExperienceTous surfeurs

FréquenceMarche assez souvant

Vague

TypeBanc de sable

DirectionDroite

FondSableux

PuissanceCreuse, Rapide, Puissante

Longueur normaleTrès Longue (300 à 500 m)

Longueur max.Très Longue (300 à 500 m)

Marées, houle et vent

Direction de la houleSud-est, Est, Nord-est

Direction du ventSud

Taille de la houleCommence à marcher à 1.0m-1.5m / 3ft-5ft et tient jusqu'à 4m+ / 12ft

Condition de maréeMarée basse seulement

Mouvement de maréeMarée montante

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Fréquentation semaineNombreux surfeurs

Fréquentation week-endSurpeuplé

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Dangers

- Localisme
- Requins

 Informations supplémentaires

Boneyards IS an epic wave. But on a bad year it may not break at all at any size. When the Tassie East coast was dominated by BIG NE and SE swells this place went off. But these days it suffers the same fate as much of Australia since the Tropical Cyclone season has been dormant the surf conditions for Tasmania have also been less than epic. This is not to say that in a given year that Boneyards and other breaks do not pump for a few days. But they are way too unreliable for a short stay surf trip. Even a four week trip could leave you empty handed. Also the Boneyard is a sndbank which leaves it at the mercy of the prevailing conditions. A huge NE swell a few years ago left it in tatters and though it has improved over the last year and a half it no longer tolerates a bad swell and needs almost PERFECT conditions to be epic. My feeling, having surfed in Tassie for the last 6 years is that until the weather patterns make a big shift Tasmania will sufer from inconsistent quality surf conditions. And the same conditions that drive the locals crazy from lack of surf will also keep away a large influx of outsiders. If you want the best out of Tassie surf at the moment you have to live there. And if you are really that serious about getting surf then honestly I think you should consider a more consistent base to locate to.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Boneyards IS an epic wave. But on a bad year it may not break at all at any size. When the Tassie East coast was dominated by BIG NE and SE swells this place went off. But these days it suffers the same fate as much of Australia since the Tropical Cyclone season has been dormant the surf conditions for Tasmania have also been less than epic. This is not to say that in a given year that Boneyards and other breaks do not pump for a few days. But they are way too unreliable for a short stay surf trip. Even a four week trip could leave you empty handed. Also the Boneyard is a sndbank which leaves it at the mercy of the prevailing conditions. A huge NE swell a few years ago left it in tatters and though it has improved over the last year and a half it no longer tolerates a bad swell and needs almost PERFECT conditions to be epic. My feeling, having surfed in Tassie for the last 6 years is that until the weather patterns make a big shift Tasmania will sufer from inconsistent quality surf conditions. And the same conditions that drive the locals crazy from lack of surf will also keep away a large influx of outsiders. If you want the best out of Tassie surf at the moment you have to live there. And if you are really that serious about getting surf then honestly I think you should consider a more consistent base to locate to.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Boneyards IS an epic wave. But on a bad year it may not break at all at any size. When the Tassie East coast was dominated by BIG NE and SE swells this place went off. But these days it suffers the same fate as much of Australia since the Tropical Cyclone season has been dormant the surf conditions for Tasmania have also been less than epic. This is not to say that in a given year that Boneyards and other breaks do not pump for a few days. But they are way too unreliable for a short stay surf trip. Even a four week trip could leave you empty handed. Also the Boneyard is a sndbank which leaves it at the mercy of the prevailing conditions. A huge NE swell a few years ago left it in tatters and though it has improved over the last year and a half it no longer tolerates a bad swell and needs almost PERFECT conditions to be epic. My feeling, having surfed in Tassie for the last 6 years is that until the weather patterns make a big shift Tasmania will sufer from inconsistent quality surf conditions. And the same conditions that drive the locals crazy from lack of surf will also keep away a large influx of outsiders. If you want the best out of Tassie surf at the moment you have to live there. And if you are really that serious about getting surf then honestly I think you should consider a more consistent base to locate to.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Boneyards IS an epic wave. But on a bad year it may not break at all at any size. When the Tassie East coast was dominated by BIG NE and SE swells this place went off. But these days it suffers the same fate as much of Australia since the Tropical Cyclone season has been dormant the surf conditions for Tasmania have also been less than epic. This is not to say that in a given year that Boneyards and other breaks do not pump for a few days. But they are way too unreliable for a short stay surf trip. Even a four week trip could leave you empty handed. Also the Boneyard is a sndbank which leaves it at the mercy of the prevailing conditions. A huge NE swell a few years ago left it in tatters and though it has improved over the last year and a half it no longer tolerates a bad swell and needs almost PERFECT conditions to be epic. My feeling, having surfed in Tassie for the last 6 years is that until the weather patterns make a big shift Tasmania will sufer from inconsistent quality surf conditions. And the same conditions that drive the locals crazy from lack of surf will also keep away a large influx of outsiders. If you want the best out of Tassie surf at the moment you have to live there. And if you are really that serious about getting surf then honestly I think you should consider a more consistent base to locate to.

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De Anonymous , 14-08-2010

groiny - so if this is on sand and we want to make it a more consistent break and we can control the sand then lets make a less impermanent sand bar. I know some of you out there know what I am talking about. We can do this at other popular breaks too, goats, clifton, carlton. Like, this stuff is not rocket science. It takes support to make good ideas happen, and the test of a good idea is its support. So, this is not a new idea, others have thought it. Surely making a better sand forced break can be done with all environmental aspects ticked off. If a better break on somewhere significant will ..... ah. save the last break for me.

De ph , 25-06-2008

ph x local - Glad I surfed it 20+ yrs ago it was on for................
4 days everyone was getting pissed ( IT WAS A NEWYEARS PISS UP)and I said to my mate dont get 2 drunk boneyardS gunna be on 2moro......and we had it all time long hollow rides couldnt stand after finishing the ride hahaha so long,ONLY DRAMA IS ITS VERY INCONSISTANT COLD SHARKY.........so what! if u get the chance to get it on u wont 4get it.

About the crowds then it was great 10 guys max.....but now not sure about the number, but allways wanna surf it if I return 2 Tassie.......get 2 know an adventurous local and he will show u uncrowded spots on the s-west coast that are a slice of heaven, and uncrowded on there day, very consistant only has 2b offshore and might sound funny but small enough.........as it gets fkn large down there, anyway if u want 2 find out more let me know, good luck.

De Anonymous , 03-04-2008

- On a good day, this wave runs for about 500-800m, i got a barrel for probably 20 seconds! the locals are a bit crabby, their a tight knit group mostly. Came over from the mainland, found the spot easy, Marion bay, on way to port arthur. Little sharky, 1/2 hour paddle out, but when its on its world class, like indo but on sand

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