Surfing in Geeries, Mandurah, Western Australia Australia

Best Wind Direction:
East, Southeast
Skill Level:
All Surfers
Mandurah is the second-largest city in Western Australia and it is situated at about 72 km/45 mi in the south of the capital city, Perth. The climate is classified as Mediterranean, with hot and dry summers and cool and wet winters. The seaside town and all the section of the coastline attract a large number of tourists and sport enthusiasts all year long

Geeries or Gearies is a popular surf break, located just in the south of Mandurah. It is a reef break that is great when it works. The best wind direction is from the east, southeast and the ideal swell direction is from the west, southwest. Surfers are able to explore the waves with swell sizes that can hold up to 3.5 m/12 ft. In addition, the spot offers left hand waves and it is suitable for novice and advanced surfers alike.

The best tide movement is rising tide and the ideal tide position is low tide only. Keep in mind that, is usually crowded here, especially during weekends. Last but not least, Mandurah caters for a variety of hotels, cosy bars and good restaurants to relax and have fun after a performance of your favorite sport. Note: be careful of sharks, rips and rocks.

How to Get to Destination

81.3km/50.5mi, 59mins
Head south on William St / State Route 53 in Wesley Arcade. Continue along Riverside Drive / State Route 5. Take exit Freeway S / State Route 2 to the right to Stirling Highway / Freeway (South). Enter the Kwinana Freeway / State Route 2. Continue to Kwinana Freeway / National Route 1/State Route 2. Continue to Kwinana Freeway / State Route 2. Take exit Lymon Road to Mandjoogoordap Drive / Stake Hill / Mandurah. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Mandjoogoordap Drive / State Route 19. Slight left at Mandurah Rd / National Route 1. Continue to follow the National Route 1. Turn right at Mercedes Ave. Turn left into Spinaway Parade. Continue to Panamuna Drive.
Perth Airport,
93.4km/58.1miles 1h 8mins drive

Traveling between the Indian and Pacific oceans for over 40 years, this is truly one of the world’s great train journeys.


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