Woodies – Beach one
Excellent spot for those seeking flat water. Technically it is best suited to intermediate level kiters as the seabreeze can often be more onshore than cross-shore, but beginners are encouraged to use Beach one and not Beach two or three.
An excellent spot for intermediate and expert kiters, offering plenty of space and some serious bumps to launch off.
A great intermediate to advanced riders spot. Rocks/cliffs at the Northern end of the beach which will hurt if you hit them!
Heavy beach break with pounding waves, best suited to intermediate and expert kiters.
Safety Bay and The Pond
The flat water is great for intermediate and expert kiters practicing new moves. Beginners who can”t yet go upwind should avoid ”The Pond”.
Safety Bay Penguin Island – “Pengo’s”
The flat water is ideal for intermediate and expert riders to perfect tricks. The curve of the bay allows beginners to do down winders confidently in fairly flat, sheltered water.
Woodies – Beach three
Excellent spot for those seeking flat water. Best suited to intermediate and expert kiters. Beginners should keep to beach one.
Pelican Point is not recommended for beginner kiters. Prevailing winds are onshore and care must be taken at all times. Use the grass area to rig kites.
An excellent location for intermediate to expert kiters wanting to ride waves. Strong downwind sweep (current) along the beach in strong winds.
South Beach Dongara/Port Denison
A fantastic spot for beginner, intermediate and expert kiters with a variety of flat and wave riding available along the same beach.
An excellent location for intermediate to expert kiters wanting to ride waves. Strong rips can be formed with moving sandbanks.
Coronation Beach is a popular windsurfing spot heavily frequented by European windsurfers.
Cottesloe / Dutch Inn
Not suitable for beginners due to super shallow reef. Intermediate and expert kiters will have a blast all year round. Please obey ALL RULES to ensure access is maintained.
Geraldton is renowned for being a windy location during the summer months and has been popular with windsurfers for many years. AKSA held the National Titles here in 2005 in exceptionally windy conditions.
Lancelin has multiple top class locations, ranging from flat water, to massive 5m waves, depending on swell. No wonder it”s popular with windsurfers as well as kiters!!
Excellent spot for those wanting to learn waveriding. Kiters should be alert to the number of people using the beach on weekends.
A popular flatwater site for beginner to expert kiters providing a large protected shallow bay and a long narrow beach. Winds over 20 knots can be very gusty.
Attadale / Point Walter
This spot is one of two locations that are kite-able when easterly or north easterly winds are blowing, predominantly on summer mornings.