World famous surfing spot The Pass is a very popular spot that is protected and close to barbeque and shower facilities. Again, the parking here is charged, with funds going to national park and facilities maintenance, so make sure you have spare change if you drive. This is a popular spot for surfers and, although it is a long and peeling wave, it can be a busy and aggressive break that is not suited to beginners. The Pass is also the launch for dive boats that take divers and snorkellers out to Julian Rocks in the middle of the bay. A great spot for families, but be ready to fight for parking in the summer!