St Francis Bay is world famous for its surfing waves called "Bruce's Beauties" after the photographer who featured them in the 1960's cult film "The Endless Summer".
Seal Point, at Cape St Francis, is best described as a classic point break. It is divided into two sections, being the more peaky outside section and the walled up inside section. They are separated by a barnacle encrusted rock that juts out of the water at low tide and covered at high tide, called Full Stop Rock. Occasionally, tide and swell direction permitting, you can surf one glorious long ride from the outside section all the way through to the beach.
Seal Point has bowling sections and is a wave that can be enjoyed by hi-performance rippers and longboarders alike. Seal Point beachbreak is a fairly fickle lady, being dependant on tides and wind. But when she goes it's just full of barrels.
Cape St Francis Resort is situated on the beach and close to the legendary waves of Seals and Bruce's Beauties.
Cape St Francis Resort offers surfers a variety of accommodation options ranging from camp sites to 5 star lodges. It also boasts an on-site restaurant, bar, and swimming pool.
The St Francis area also offers numerous other sport activities such as sand boarding, kite surfing, water-skiing, beach horse rides, tennis, golf as well as a good supply of sun and sea.
Other activities include whale or dolphin watching and hikes through coastal nature reserves.
Cape St Francis is suitable for either the beginner or the dedicated surfer and Jeffresybay is only 20 minutes away.