region - NSW North
season - Autumn/Spring
gender - Girls

Across the NSW North Coast, Autumn from March to June will still have quite warm water temps but air temps will be getting a little chilly. Reverse for Spring, with late September to November having cold water with air temps getting warmer.These conditions are best met with either a 3/2mm steamer or a 2mm Spring Suit, depending upon your preference.

Our top picks?

Our Bahia 2mm Long Sleeve Springsuits are easily the most common choice around the NSW North Coast for Autumn/Spring. Good warmth through the body and arms, plenty of protection from the sun, all in a suit that's easy to get in and out of.

If you feel the cold, or are surfing closer to Sydney or winter, the Bahia 3/2mm Steamer is a killer suit, with an internal liner for extra warmth and good stretch in the neoprene, its our top steamer recommendation for girls.

The Reactor II 3/2mm Steamer is more affordable option, with not quite as much warmth and stretch as the Bahia.

If its getting more towards summer conditions, or you don't feel the cold as much look at options such as the Girls Reactor II 2mm Spring Suit, the Thermo Short Arm Crew or the Basic Skins if you're really lucky and surfing pretty warm conditions.

Check out the Winter or Summer recommendations for further suggestions if you are leaning towards colder or warmer conditions, or if you need to know something specific, drop us a line for a chat.

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"This time of year im usually weraring a short arm steamer or a long arm spring... either way its always a Hyperfreak"

Soli Bailey, O'Neill global athlete