Also known as D-Bah, this break is the place to go when it’s flat everywhere else. This also means that it can get very crowded. A small stretch of sand runs from the Groyne Rivermouth to the left hand point with sometimes perfect A-Frames breaking inbetween. These powerful wedging peaks are a performance short boarders perfect playground and you’ll find a lot of the locals training down here too. Picking up any swell from NE round to the S, the break walls help to refract the waves into peaks which can provide perfect tubes on their right day. Duranbah depends on the sand banks that constantly shift and sometimes will close out, but when they’re good… they’re really good!