Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Palm Beach, Pittwater,
New South Wales Australia
Intermediate and Expert
January, February, March, December
Palm Beach is a beachside suburb in the northern Sydney, at about 41 km/25 mi in the north of Sydney's CBD (Central Business District). It is considered to be the jewel of Sydney's northern peninsula, that offers a plethora of activities, such as surfing, kite-surfing, diving and sailing. A beautiful beach holiday location that provides many accommodation options, stylish cafes and good restaurants.
Palm Beach is an exposed beach break that provides with the right conditions for kite-surf. The spot is appropriate for intermediate and expert kiters alike. The waves are usually between 1-4 ft / 0.3-1.2 m and the best wind direction is from the northeast. The ideal swell direction is from the southeast.
In summer northeast sea breeze is between 11-20 knots and the wind blows offshore at 15%, in autumn the wind blows at 35%, in winter northeast sea breeze is 15-40 knots and the wind blows offshore at 50% and in spring at 23%. The swell size starts working at less than 3 ft/1 m to 10 ft/3 m.
Best months for kitesurfing are January, February, March and December. The average water temperature is about 21°C / 69.8°F. Palm beach has a large area to launch and land your kite, so keep a distance off of surfers and flags and do not kite through groups of surf schools.
How to Get to Destination
Head north on George St towards Angel Pl.Turn left on Grosvenor St.Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Harbour Bridge and enter the Bradfield Hwy. Continue to Warringah Freeway / Metroad 1. Take the exit toward Brook Street Naremburn. Turn right on Brook St. Continue to Flat Rock Drive. Turn right at Sailors Bay Rd. Take the first left onto Eastern Valley Way. Continue to Clive St. The Clive St turns slightly right and becomes Babbage Rd / State Route 29
Continue to follow the State Route 29. Slight right to Warringah Rd / State Route 29. Turn left at the Wakehurst Parkway. Continue to Pittwater Rd / Metroad 10. Open strofidexia to stay on Pittwater Rd / Metroad A. Continue to follow the Pittwater Rd. Continue towards Barrenjoey Rd.Peraste from 1 roundabout. Keep left at the fork. Turn right on Beach Rd. Continue to Ocean Rd
57km/35.7miles 1hour 6mins drive
The spot is not accessible by train.
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Not an expedition. 21 Days – air travel not included.