One of Victorias most famous surf spots, Bells Beach is a classic and consistent right hand point. This wave breaks on any tide, any wind and any decent swell. Broken into three sections (Rincon, into Bells Bowl and then the shorey), on a solid day these sections can link up all the way to the inside. The way the cliff surrounds the break creates a natural amphitheatre and is home to the prestigious surfing competition, the Rip Curl Pro, as well as being the worlds first Surfing and Coastal Reserve. Bells is suitable for the more experienced surfers with exposed reef and big swells that roll up from the South and Bass Strait. Best waves occur in autumn and winter (March -August). Bells is known for being a powerful wave and is not for the faint hearted, be prepared to cop a flogging if you get a wide set on your paddle out. It is definitely worth the paddle though with open faces that offer a playground for cutbacks and carves. Best surfed on a SW swell in NW winds.