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Popular with locals and visitors alike, Strickland Bay has been ranked in the top 50 breaks in the world.

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      Strickland Bay has particularly popular breaks for surfers, bodyboarders and stand-up paddle boarders. Grab your board and cycle out to Strickland Bay to catch some serious swell and polish off your technique. Strickland Bay curves along the narrow neck of Rottnest Island, providing a space to stretch out and enjoy the surf. 

      Photo credit: Rottnest Island Authority

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