Our Beach

Overview of Trigg Beach 

With stunning open stretches of beach and a consistent break for boarders, Trigg Beach is undoubtedly one of Perth’s most popular beaches – especially amongst surfers. With fantastic dining and takeaway options directly overlooking the water as well as plenty of grassy areas and a large park reserve to the north, it buzzes with visitors year-round. The beach does, however, present a number of hazards, including rocky outcrops, reefs, and the infamous ‘Blue Hole’.  As with any beach, it is important to swim between the flags to stay safe. For more information on Lifesaving Patrols at Trigg Island, click here.    

Surf Cam 

Don’t just take our word for it! Check out the surf conditions before coming down to the beach right here. The surfcam located in our Patrol Observation Tower will help you see what’s happening on the beach and in the water. Click here for more details.

Trigg Point Surf Cam
Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club acknowledges the traditional owners, the Whadjuk People of the Noongar Nation, of the beach on which we work and play. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and are grateful for their continuing connection to the land, sea and sky.