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RE: Surf Camp around Brisbane« Reply #1 on: November 22 2005 07:11:00 »
Hey buddy - if anyone gives you any top tips, d'you mind letting me know? Am there in December for 10days and looking for the same...uncrowded mellow days..
If I hear of any will likewise let you know.
RE: Surf Camp around Brisbane« Reply #2 on: November 22 2005 19:11:00 »
The surf on both coasts gets super crowded on weekends. The only way you can get uncrowded waves is to be lucky enough to be a local & surf before & after work midweek or win the lotto & buy a house & live the life of a surfer (starts from about $320 000 for a 2 bedroom dump 20 mins from the beach up to $1 000 000 for a beachside house)
The other option is be a Brisso & do weekend trips to the Islands (straddie & Moreton)