Durras Beach

Durras Beach is approximately 3 km in length and is located in South Durras, Australia. The climate of South Durras is moderated by the sea, with warm summers and mild sunny winters. Nights can be cold in winter. Thunderstorms can occur between November and March, with rainfall maximums in summer.

The beach size and position create perfect conditions for the surfers offering great consistent banks that are often left un-surfed. For the first-timers, there are protected areas in Durras to catch smaller controlled waves, while for the experienced surfers there are a lot of places with reefs and huge waves. Durras Beach is unspoiled area, where you can meet a kangaroo right on the beach.

What else to do on Durras Beach:

- Walk along the beach to Point Upright
- Hire canoes and explore Durras Lake
- Walk up Durras mountain
- Do a day trip to Pigeon House mountain
- Catch or buy seafood, BBQ it on the deck
- Swim with dolphins at Cookies Beach
- Vist the local Health and Beauty Spa for a massage
- Visit the historic Mogo Village

This post is taken from www.DreaCoasts.com

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