“The point is workin” Every once in a while you hear those words echo around Russell Avenue Sans Souci and you know it’s a day not to be missed.
Sydney has some of the most famous surf beaches in the world. They stretch from Bondi in the east to Cronulla in the south and you just want to paddle out and get into some of that wave action.
When there is a chunky SSE ocean swell in the 2-3 metre range, as there was this morning, it can be wild and woolly and sometimes on these occasions you get the wind and waves working together to provide plenty of fun for those there to ride the easterly swell waves as they break over sand bars just off Dolls Point.
Dolls Point is actually within Botany Bay and is usually protected but as the tide goes out and the strong current from the river pushes against the swell coming into the bay, well that’s when the Point can start working.
Saturday 15th May 2010 was one of those days.