If you are traveling North along Western Australia's coastline, it could be worth stopping for a session at Port Hedland's Spoil Bank. This spot can work with a wide range of wind directions from land breeze to sea breezes. Summer winds (September through March) tend to blow from the NW/NNW while winter winds (April through August) tend to blow from E / NE directions. Wind statistic for Port Hedland can be found here.  Winds are often light / moderate so it's best to have larger kites. Be aware of very high tides (6-7 meters) and stay away from the boat channel on the Western side of the bank.

A small kitesurfing community exists in Port Hedland. Please follow their advice and recommendations. No kitesurfing shops or schools can be found in Port Hedland.

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