Beginner city but some nice peeling beach breaks when it's clean. A good and not so well know spot for 6'+ stormies. Gets busy, esp with non-surfers, on weekends and school holidays as there's an adjacent carpark and to the south a drive-on beach (one of the few in Adelaide). Most folks hang around the sandbanks opposite the carpark. You should paddle out opposite the storm drain tho.
Call three poles because it breaks three ways - left, right and straight in. Good mellow vibe and you'd better get along with longboarders.
The left is best on a big tide. If you try Three Poles and it's too crowded just paddle north to this break.
Less busy than Moana and Seaford and a better wave. Not a spot for beginners. Has a good number of dedicated locals using it and you'll usually be sharing with a few of them. Show a little respect if you aren't a regular and all will be well.
Starts as a left and then turns into a right, hence the name!