Burleigh Heads is located in Queensland, Australia on the Gold Coast. Surf location Burleigh Heads has waves most of the time due to its point break that is exposed. Due to this, it is a very popular beach. Adding to the popularity is the fact that Burleigh Heads has a sand bottom. During most of the year, the wind blows from the Southwest. When the South-east wind blows the surf can be pretty good, up to 8 feet, and require a mid to high experience level to handle it. The best wind direction is South Southeast. Due to the popularity and notoriety of this beach, it is often very crowded. You can also get amazing views of the surrounding coastline from Burleigh Heads ridges. This is the Surfing.com Burleigh Heads Australia overview.
Region / Continent: East Australia (Gold Coast) Country: Australia
Province / State: Queensland
Name of Break: Burleigh
Swell Direction: Breaks all the time. Best with South East and South swell.
Wave Direction: Right
Type of Location: Burleigh Heads is considered a Point break (sand and rocks).
Tour Affiliation: ASP WCT Men & Women, and ASP Junior
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