Murion IslandEdit Spot
I can't see this place ever getting crowded. Its the type of place you would rather surf with lots of friends.
Approach by boat from Exmouth to the eastern side of the island. navigate way east as there is a reef extending eastward from the island (several lives have been lost here. The first time I surfed this place they were searching for a body - 1992) Anchor small boat on the eastern side of the southern Island (anchor 50 metres out to allow for tide rise and fall)and walk to the northwest corner. The swell will dictate the jump off spot.
Surf the wave around the island and walk back across the island. Sighting of Tiger sharks is common as this is in a channel between 2 islands. Wear booties.
By boat from Bundegi.
|Bottom||Reef (coral, sharp rocks etc.)|
|Normal length||Normal (50 to 150m)|
|Good day length||Long (150 to 300m)|
|Swell size||Don't know - Don't know|
|Tide movement||Don't know|
16.69 miles away
|Direction:||Right and left|
|Bottom:||Flat rocks with sand|
|Frequency:||Regular (100 days/year)|