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Topic: schools for surf/social scene

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schools for surf/social scene

« on: March 14 2006 11:03:00 »

lookin to head out to school next feb-june all the way from philly, us. any recommendations on where to go for a good mix of quality surf/good social scene. lookin at U of queensland, sydney, wollongong, adelaide.



RE: schools for surf/social scene

« Reply #1 on: March 14 2006 21:03:00 »

Hey, yeah, i'm in the same boat.  I'm a 19 yr old female from Illinois lookin to learn to surf and enjoy the hell out of australia.  any suggestions on schools would be sweet.  UQ or anywhere in Melbourne any good?  adelaide, too?  any help i appreciated.



RE: schools for surf/social scene

« Reply #2 on: March 17 2006 19:03:00 »

hi,, anywhere there is surf in oz  there is now surf schools,, you will find them everywhere,,no swell up high in the  north of queensland , tho,,, cold waters in victoria,, makes sure you get wetsuit if intending to surf vic, or south oz,,,, big country,,  lots of great places to surf,,, check out book,,, "surfing  australia" for more info,,,, cheers,,, happy holidays



RE: schools for surf/social scene

« Reply #3 on: March 17 2006 19:03:00 »

oh,, by the way,,, we are ozzies,, we know how to party so doesnt matter where you go, youll  find people ready to party up with you,,, have a good one,,,,



RE: schools for surf/social scene

« Reply #4 on: March 19 2006 08:03:00 »

I went to school in Queensland. A school called the University of the Sunshine Coast. If you stay on Res you are like a 20 bus ride from the beaches. But everyone there pretty much surfs! So you can always find a ride!  The Sunny Coast is like an hour from Brisbane if you want a huge party scene. But the sunny coast scene can let you have fun and surf in the morning if you pass out on the beach.
Here is a tip.. Kawana.. good surf spot!

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