Honeymoon is also known as Jump Offs as you jump off a big rock directly into the line up.
Time it wrong and you are directly in the take off spot. Don’t jump at low tide if you don’t want to break your legs as it is just a few inches deep. It is reasonably safe to jump at mid tide but is still scary. Most people prefer to throw their board first and then jump. There is a famous video of a surf guide jumping with his board only for his leash to get snagged on a rock. Hilarious for everyone except the “expert guide” who must have had a terrifying moment. Paddle out from the beach if you don’t want to be the next big hit ok Kook Slam.
Scary take off which is literally only inches from the rock. The current is running against you when paddling for a wave next to the rock – it not only feels like you are not moving, you are not moving. If that’s not bad enough, the wave pitches very quickly so you need to be a fast paddler to cath the wave and quick to your feet not to get pitched.
If you make the take off the wave can be quite long but is also mushy until you get on the inside where you reach shallow water and the wave again pitches. Needs a very big swell to work good, is a little bit hard to find and notorious for car thefts. If you value your phone, do not leave it in your vehicle. We understand it’s hard to leave your phone at home for a few hours, after all it is a mobile phone but if you take it with you then you run the risk you will never see it again.